Posted by Richard "RB" Botto

Happy Sunday Creative Army!

Have you had a creative weekend so far? I have some content here for you that is sure to get the creative juices flowing, so grab your coffee and let's dive in.

First up, our friends over at Studio Binder recently put together a fascinating breakdown of Wes Anderson's iconic directing aesthetic. This video illustrates Wes Anderson's style throughout the entire filmmaking process including story, production design, color, editing, music, and more. They use examples from Wes Anderson's body of work including: The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Darjeeling Limited, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Rushmore, and The Royal Tenenbaums. 

Next up, GQ has a series of videos featuring real-life experts discussing their fields as they have been depicted on screen. In this particular video, a marriage and family therapist breaks down scenes from couples fighting in movies and tv shows. You will see examples from Bridgerton, Marriage Story, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Malcolm & Marie, The Office, and Euphoria. Whether you are a writer, director, or actor - this video will provide an interesting insight into the psychology of characters and the relationships they have with each other.  

As always here at Stage 32, we love to share stories and knowledge with our fellow film fans. Know someone who would love this content? Share it with them! Tag them below! You can keep up with all of our content by subscribing to the Stage 32 YouTube. For more inspirational, educational, and motivational content on all things entertainment industry follow me on Instagram and Twitter @rbwalksintoabar.

Wishing you a very happy, healthy, & creative Sunday.




Studio Binder - The Complete Director's Guide to Wes Anderson's Aesthetic


GQ - Therapist Breaks Down Couples Fighting in Movies and TV


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