Joaquin Phoenix is reuniting with one of his old buddies for his next project. Nope, we're not talking about Paul Thomas Anderson or James Gray. We're talking about M. Night Shyamalan. Variety reports that the two will team up for an untitled film from producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, Insidious). Show More Summary
Great Lane Brown interview with Quentin Tarantino for New York Magazine: Q: Who do you see as your competition right now? Are you competitive with someone like Paul Thomas Anderson? A: No. It’s a friendly thing. This might come across as egotistical, but I don’t really feel in competition with anybody anymore. Show More Summary
Alright, so Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood probably can’t pull off early-20th-century greed and misanthropy as convincingly as Daniel Day-Lewis, but does that make the award-winning composer’s life any less deserving of cinematic tribute? Longtime...Show More Summary
After composing the score for Paul Thomas Anderson's last three films, Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood is finally stepping in front of the camera. Anderson will debut Junun, a documentary about Greenwood's new album, at this year's New York Film Festival. Earlier this year, Anderson accompanied Greenwood on a trip to Rajasthan... More »
It's no secret that director Paul Thomas Anderson likes Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood’s music: Greenwood composed the scores for multiple Anderson films, including There Will Be Blood and Inherent Vice, and the two are close friends. Now...Show More Summary
Whatever is in the air that led to three major filmmakers doing low key or even “secret” documentaries this year, we love it. Christopher Nolan just debuted Quay, his 8-minute short about animators the Quay Brothers. Noah Baumbach worked...Show More Summary
As far as Paul Thomas Anderson is concerned, 2015 has been one big long surprise party. First it was announced that Anderson was writing a live-action Pinocchio for Warner Bros., with nudge-nudge hints suggesting that he was also considering directing the project. Show More Summary
Radiohead guitarist/arranger/grown-up whiz-kid Jonny Greenwood has long been in the background of Paul Thomas Anderson’s films — Greenwood scored Anderson’s last three movies, There Will Be Blood, The Master, and Inherent Vice. Now it seems Greenwood will move to the foreground. The New York Times (via Pitchfork) reports that Anderson will debut a documentary called […]
Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood has teamed with director Paul Thomas Anderson for a new documentary titled Junun, which follows the guitarist's journey to India to record a new LP with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur and regional musicians. Junun, filmed in Rajasthan in northwest India during the month-long recording session, will have...
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Junun chronicles the Radiohead guitarist's recording process in India.
Photo via the New York Film Festival Earlier this year, Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood revealed he was working on a new album in India with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur. That process is the subject of Junun, a new documentary by Paul...Show More Summary
The festival announced an anniversary screening of the Coen Brothers film, along with new work from Paul Thomas Anderson.
Jonny Greenwood is the lead guitarist and keyboardist for Radiohead, which already gives him a huge amount of pop cultural cachet. But he’s also celebrated director Paul Thomas Anderson’s film score composer of choice, and he’s been writing great classical music for a while now, so he’s respected in high cultural circles as well. Basically, […]
Shit got ridiculous this week. Lana Del Rey blew up a helicopter. FKA twigs did the art-film equivalent of pulling a Beyoncé. Paul Thomas Anderson made a music video. What the fuck was I supposed to do with all this? There were too many great videos this week. Last week wasn’t a bad one, but […]
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Joanna Newsom and a feathered friend enjoy a picturesque sunset in this memorable promotional photograph. Annabel Mehran Joanna Newsom's new song, "Sapokanikan," arrived this week, along with a video directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, and the news that her latest album, Divers, will be out on October 23. Show More Summary
After 5 years (how does the time pass so quickly?!) Joanna Newsom is back with a new album this fall, October 23, titled Divers. Kicking off the release is a new music video for the song “Sapokanikan”, directed by auteur director Paul Thomas Anderson. I did a bit of searching and Sapokanikan is a Native... Continue reading ?
Standard Paul Thomas Anderson long-ass takes? Check. Joanna Newsom providing awkward faces while awkwardly walking around the city singing? Check. Giant truck camera left affecting the scene? Check. Plenty of Exodus 8:2 references? Check. Show More Summary
Paul Thomas Anderson has a good history of making music videos between feature films, and now he has collaborated with one of his Inherent Vice actors on a new video project. Joanna Newsom appeared in Inherent Vice as Sortilege, and more importantly narrated the film in a slightly magical way that put Newsom’s voice to great use. Show More Summary