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  •   24. Mai 2019  





Aktuelle Print-Ausgabe:
CARGO Film/Medien/Kultur 41
vom 22. März 2019

CARGO 41 Cover, CARGO 40 Cover,

Container vom 17. April 2009 von Ekkehard Knörer

Will Oldham vs. Wes Anderson
Starke Meinung.

Will Oldham, Inbegriff des Indie-Musikers und Indie-Darstellers (und des Vollbarts) hat im Interview mit dem AV-Club von The Onion sehr entschiedene Vorstellungen davon, wie Musik im Film Einsatz finden darf. Und wie nicht:

Like the cancer that is that Darjeeling guy… what’s his name?

AVC: Wes Anderson?

WO: Yeah. His completely cancerous approach to using music is basically, “Here’s my iPod on shuffle, and here’s my movie.” The two are just thrown together. People are constantly contacting me saying, “I’ve been editing my movie, and I’ve been using your song in the editing process. What would it take to license the song?” And for me it’s like, “Regardless of whatyou’ve been doing, my song doesn’t belong in your movie.” That’s where the conversation should end. Music should be made for movies, you know?


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