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Since The Grand Budapest Hotel hit theaters, we've featured a couple extensive video essays looking at the mise en scène and visual themes of director Wes Anderson, and also his meticulously crafted affinity for visual symmetry. Now we have another look at the word of the quirky, trademark director by way of The Wes Anderson Mixtape. The video acts almost as a greatest hits compilation of Anderson's work while also showing some of his signautre techniques behind the camera that are easily recognizable as his work. From Bottle Rocket to Moonrise Kingdom, this is a great compilation of Anderson's visual palette. Watch! Here's the Wes Anderson Mixtape from Ecclectic Method, discovered by Rolling Stone (via The Playlist): The Grand Budapest Hotel is written and directed by Wes Anderson (The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom, Rushmore) and tells of a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars and »

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