See our Holiday videos from last year after the cut.
Esteemed French cinema journal Cahiers du Cinéma, once home to nouvelle vague pioneers Jean-Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut and Eric Rohmer, among others, has named Fantastic Mr. Fox the #5 film of 2010. The film received general release in France on February 17, 2010. To read more about the French release, please visit our older posts on the matter.
The full top ten is after the jump.
In the second installment of our on-going weekly series The Musical Wes Anderson we stay in Europe, and take a look at a plaintive folk hit.
Part of the reason for our lack of posts is because there’s not a whole lot to report on at the moment in the world of Wes Anderson.
With that in mind, The Rushmore Academy is proud to present our new series: The Musical Wes Anderson.
Each week we’ll post at a song featured in one of Wes’ works, whether they be films long, films short or commercial advertisements and we’ll take a look at the history of the song, its use in the Anderson work, and a whole bunch of other tangential stuff and what not that we come up with that week.
For the first part in our (presumably endless) series let’s take a look to the past, all the way December 2008.