Wes Anderson at the NYPL

Wes Anderson’s vivid cinematic aesthetic and idiosyncratic characters make his films both immediately recognizable and endearing. Anderson returns to LIVE to explore his passions, influences, and his newest film The Grand Budapest Hotel, in conversation with Paul Holdengräber.

Anderson has cited the works of Austrian novelist, poet, and translator Stefan Zweig (1881–1942) as the inspiration for The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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