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A shame because this was a dream of his but, hey, you don’t always get your way in life.
By no means the most elaborate or inventive piece of work by Gondry, this is nonetheless more imaginative and joyful than any other music video I’ve seen in a long, long time.
Why does the ball bounce down the stairs and not up?
Watch: Michel Gondry’s New Commercial, With Special Soundtrack Composed By LCD Soundsystem’s Phil Mossman
I actually bought some products by this advertiser last night. I guess the ad works so well it sends its influence back through time.
The title of this video translates literally to In the Back of Michel Gondry, which almost certainly isn’t what it means in any practical sense.
The film is an adaptation of Boris Vian’s novel L’Ecume des Jours with Romain Duris and Audrey Tautou.
Mood Indigo is screening in French cinemas now. If my French was better, I’d book myself a train for Saturday morning. Should never have quit those classes.
What has Michael Gondry made here?
Evoking the romance of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Science of Sleep, this is distilled joy stirred with pure cinema
Like a jazz Ratatouille with coiffeture instead of cuisine.
Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool. While Brendon was in a screening and Hannah was standing around in a field,* I had the pleasure of waking up early and scooting myself over to the BFI’s press release event for the …
The production design of Michel Gondry‘s films is always rather detailed, even in the atypically naturalistic Green Hornet. At his best, Gondry creates three dimensional versions of pure imagination, pokes in his camera and pulls the audience across the screen to …
I’ve got a habit of reading the French newspapers online, thanks to Google Translate. Maybe it’s beause I’m so curious about the French films that never get a release internationally. There’s an awful lot of them. I was feeling pretty …
My lord, this looks fantastic.
Alfonso Cuaron, Michel Gondry And More Team For Children’s Fairytale Series Tales From The Hanging Head
Marjane Satrapi, Emir Kusturica, Michel Gondry, and Alfonso Cuaron are making fairy tale movies. Sign me up.
Even if I didn’t tell you that Michel Gondry was behind this commercial, you’d probably guess it.
There can’t be many screenings where a Michel Gondry short film before the main feature wouldn’t be welcome, but this tailor made “sweding” of Taxi Driver had a particularly apt engagement, making its bow before the French premiere of Hugo. …
Boris Vian’s novel L’Ecume Des Jours is variously known as Froth on the Daydream, Mood Indigo, Froth on the Daze, or – in its previous, lates-60s cinematic incarnation, the more accurate The Spray of the Days. I’ve neither read the …