We're given a guided tour of The Grand Budapest Hotel with Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese unleashes his howlin' Wolf of Wall Street, Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton are the Only Lovers Left Alive, Joaquin Phoenix falls in love with ScarJo's voice in Her, Steve McQueen picks raw wounds in 12 Years a Slave, Cristian Bale avenges his brother's death in Out of the Furnaces, Buster Keaton and Charles Laughton are the subjects of classic re-releases, while French director Alain Guiraudie whips away the towel from his Stranger By The Lake.
Inspired by our cover film:
It Goes Where It Goes: LWLies talk screenwriting, The Godfather sequels and what it means to be an asshole with two of America's greatest living directors, the Coen brothers.
A Coen Brothers Juke Box: Jordan Cronks picks apart the ten platters that really mattered from the Coens' rich and diverse oeuvre.
The Music Man: Oscar Isaac, the star of Inside Llewyn Davis, tells us about his time in hardcore bands and a strange and inspirational meeting with an on-set extra.
One Night Only: A Coen Brothers Gig Poster Extravaganza Imagine if every Coen brothers movie was a music concert, what would the tour poster look like? We commissioned seven artists to answer that intriguing hypothetical.
Book Smarts: Adam Nayman explores the Coen brothers' literary magpie-ism, from their “adaptations” of Homer and Cormac McCarthy to the more subtle allusions to Poe, West and Chandler.