Top SEVENTEEN Wes Anderson VIDEOS on Youtube.

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on Oct 22, 2010
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…Ever. By view count. For most part.

Trailer, Fantastic Mr. Fox.

The most famous Amex ad, ever:


Seu Jorge:

The Fantastic Dir. W. Anderson.

Discussion of Hotel Chevalier, the short film that preceded Darjeeling Ltd:

Royal Tenenbaums, my favorite:

Bottle Rocket, his first I think:

Okay, only 60K views, but nice:

Wes Anderson teamed up with Brad Pitt for a commercial for Japanese cell phones. Taking inspiration from Jacques Tatis Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot, Anderson films Pitt in one continuous take in a French seaside town.

Also awesome, a third commercial…seems like Wes is one of those hipsters very, very comfortable with workin’ for The Man while keeping true to his craft and style:

With Charlie Rose:

Making of:

The accent, the ship, the iceberg, the red caps:

The films of:

A scene from Rushmore:

Don’t point that gun at him, he’s an unpaid intern:

My dream apartment. Awesome find:

Okay, one last:


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