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Friday, July 6, 2012

Moving Storyboards And Drumming: Wes Anderson Maps Out The Peculiar Genius Of "Moonrise Kingdom" | Co.Create: Creativity \ Culture \ Commerce


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"When you write a script it’s about making this other thing -- you know, you’re trying to make a movie," Anderson says, seemingly stating the obvious. "But for me, when I make a script, I’m also kind of obsessively working on a script that’s a thing for somebody to read. There are certain aspects of the movie that are only in the script -- mainly, the writing of the descriptions, which I’ve spent all this time on." He even inserts photographs into his scripts, ideas for visual reference. "But mostly it’s who is saying what and how do we make this something to read," he explains. "[In writing the script], I want to make more than something you visualize, I want to make something you can sit there and read; you can experience the story."...'

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