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What Wes Anderson and P.T. Anderson Have Taken From Jonathan Demme

There’s a story that when Paul Thomas Anderson was once asked which three directors had influenced him the most, he replied, “Jonathan Demme, Jonathan Demme, and Jonathan Demme.” In his director’s commentary for Boogie Nights, Anderson called Demme his “greatest influence style-wise.” His favorite part of Demme’s style? His close-ups. Show More Summary

'Bad guy' Luis Guzmán has fun being evil in 'Ana Maria in Novela Land'

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : LA Times

He's "that guy" — the chest-baring club owner in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights," the undercover DEA agent in Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic," the recovering thug in Peter Segal's "Anger Management." Luis Guzmán, who has appeared in more than 70 films, is adding another...

Film - Inherent Vice

Ever since Boogie Nights, the untamable Paul Thomas Anderson has thrilled us with the mania of self-made men – porn stars, game-show hosts,...

Rep Cinema This Week: The Duke of Burgundy, Inherent Vice, and The Theory of Everything

2 months agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto. At rep cinemas this week: a strange S&M relationship dramedy to put Fifty Shades to bed, Paul Thomas Anderson’s richly comic Thomas Pynchon adaptation, and a bland Oscar-winning bio of Stephen Hawking. The Duke of Burgundy Directed by Peter Strickland The […]

The Beautiful Long Shots From Films By Paul Thomas Anderson

Paul Thomas Anderson — director of Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood — is one of the true auteurs in filmmaking today often uses long shots in his films to show how isolated characters are from the rest of the world. It’s a neat visual decision, one you can see throughout his movies. More »      

Watch Action Bronson Reenact The Recording Studio Scene From Boogie Nights

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

There Will Be Blood is a great, great movie, but for my money, Paul Thomas Anderson’s best film to date is 1997’s Boogie Nights, about the rise and fall of fictional porn star Dirk Diggler (played by Mark Wahlberg). At the crest of that fall, a delusional, coked-out Diggler attempts to move from porn to […]

A Short Compilation of the Isolating Long Shots Used by Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Paul Thomas Anderson: From a Distance” is short compilation film by Jacob T. Swinney, who has compiled together the long shots used by filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson from scenes in the films Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Magnolia, Punch-Drunk Love, There Will be Blood and The Master, all of which create a unifying sense of loneliness […]

Long-Time Paul Thomas Anderson Costume Designer Mark Bridges Brought ’70s Glam To ‘Inherent Vice’

Inherent Vice costume designer Mark Bridges already has one Oscar on his mantel, for 2012 best picture winner The Artist. In his latest Oscar-nominated work, which also marks his seventh collaboration with director Paul Thomas Anderson, Bridges made 1970s Los Angeles garb look funky and chic. Show More Summary

When the First Bagger, David Carr, Hit the Red Carpet

Paul Thomas Anderson yelled at him, and he stuck to his guns about stars: "They're not that important."

'Inherent Vice' costume designer Mark Bridges on Pynchon's world

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

"Inherent Vice" marks costume designer Mark Bridges' seventh outing with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson. "Lucky number seven," says the Oscar-winning Bridges. "We started out together on "Hard Eight," hit it off, and here we are 20 years later." Anderson adapted the trippy 1970-era detective...

Permanent Records: Forever Changes is a stunning indictment of The Summer Of Love

Permanent Records is an ongoing closer look at the records that matter most. On a recent episode of the WTF podcast with Marc Maron, Paul Thomas Anderson mused on what he thought the central themes of Thomas Pynchon’s novel Inherent Vice were, and talked a bit about how he tried to translate them to the screen. Show More Summary

Kodak Signs Deals With Studios To Provide Film Stock; Does It Matter When Distribs & Exibs Are Digital-Obsessed?

Thanks to the lobbying of Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Paul Thomas Anderson and a few others, you can take film stock off the endangered list. Kodak announced today it will supply 20th Century Fox, Disney, Warner Bros, Universal,...Show More Summary

Paul Thomas Anderson's Opinion Of Edge Of Tomorrow Is Perfect

Doug Liman's sci-fi blockbuster Edge of Tomorrow earned a great deal of praise when it was released last summer, but it turns out that one genius filmmaker may be its biggest fan. Inherent Vice director Paul Thomas Anderson has heaped...Show More Summary

Paul Thomas Anderson Praises ‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ Discusses Music in ‘Inherent Vice’

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Interviews with Paul Thomas Anderson are still cropping up left and right as he’s out in the public eye doing promotion for Inherent Vice, and we’re not complaining. In a couple of new talks, the director expressed his enthusiasm for...Show More Summary

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1. "The epic uncool of Philip Seymour Hoffman": A masterful, epic profile of the late, beloved acting genius penned by The Dissolve's Nathan Rabin. “Hoffman doesn’t appear onscreen until 40 minutes into Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 breakthrough ‘Boogie Nights,’ and he doesn’t have as much screen time as the rest of the overstuffed cast. Show More Summary

Joaquin Phoenix On Awards: 'The Oscars Have Completely Changed My Career for the Better'

Joaquin Phoenix is dapper as he attends a photo call for his latest film Inherent Vice at Hotel De Russie on Tuesday (January 26) in Rome, Italy. The 40-year-old actor was joined by screenwriter and director Paul Thomas Anderson as they also took part in a press conference for the flick, which is playing in [...]

Sundance 2015 - Day Three

Dope (dir. Rick Famuyiwa) Bursting with joyous cinematic energy, colour, pop music, pop culture we can't help compare Dope to the energy and verve of the first films of Spike Lee, Paul Thomas Anderson, Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino. Show More Summary

Inherent Vice and the Modern Audience’s Ambiguity Problem

If you do a little diving into the reviews for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new, highly misunderstood adaptation of the similarly virtuosic novel by Thomas Pynchon, Inherent Vice, bells start ringing. The movie is “stoned, a “twisty tale” that takes “foggy turns,” has “stoner vibes”; “nothing coheres,” there’s “more style than substance”;... More »

Paul Thomas Anderson's Blunt Opinion Of Superhero Movies

Inherent Vice writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson is known for making ultra-serious, lately very complicated movies for film lovers. It's highly unlikely, in this day and age of multi billion-dollar, summer blockbuster movies, that he'll ever make one of the highest-grossing films of the year. Show More Summary

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