Symmetry in Wes Anderson’s Editing

by Max Tohline

Using split screen, Max Tohline demonstrate how editor Barney Pilling built off director Wes Anderson’s center framing style, employing symmetrical editing strategy in the way he cut The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Pitch Box

The Pitch Box is a open call for you to pitch an idea you have for a video essay. Interested in the way Kubrick uses color in A Clockwork Orange or how to use dialogue in an opening scene? Tell us what you want to see.

I pitched my idea, now what?

Our goal is to get your pitches made, either by creators or as 8hours original content, coming soon to our site.

Do you really need my email?

Once your idea gets picked up, we’ll notify you by e-mail!