1. Daniel Mendelsohn and Jonathan Lethem, "In Search of A Form: Two Writers Talk About the Essay"


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    Mendelsohn, who has devoted his career to nonfiction—memoir, translation and criticism—discusses his latest collection of essays, (Waiting for the Barbarians), with novelist and essayist Lethem (The Ecstasy of Influence), as the two celebrate (and commiserate) the blessings and curses of the contemporary essay form.

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    • Motherless Brooklyn Title Sequence Storyboard


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      Read the full Making Of article on: http://watchthetitles.com/articles/00217-Motherless_Brooklyn This slideshow presents the storyboard images Remy le Rumeur made for his title sequence proposal for Motherless Brooklyn. Tipped off by the mere hint that Hollywood heavyweight actor Edward Norton would be directing and producing a motion feature based on a novel by Jonathan Lethem, French graphic and motion designer Remy Le Rumeur rolled onto an ambitious venture to create his version of the opening titles to the anticipated “Motherless Brooklyn” movie. Immersing himself in research and taking cues from Dadaism and the book’s Tourette syndrome suffering protagonist, Le Remeur created titles centered around intrigue and gritty side to Brooklyn’s landscape.

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        MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN Title Sequence Proposal Directed by Remy LE RUMEUR - http://www.remy-lerumeur.com Sound by FAT CLUB MUSIC - http://www.fatclubmusic.com During 3 months, I worked full-time on a title sequence dedicated to the movie "Motherless Brooklyn". This movie will be the next Edward Norton's directing. Adaptation of the book "Motherless Brooklyn" by Jonathan Lethem. See more on http://www.motherlessbrooklyn-thetitlesequence.com Special Thanks to: Samantha DE BIASI, Mickaël PAVLIDAKIS, Manuel CHARPY, Jérôme TAILHADES, Bruno SUSSI, Déborah BURET, Maxime RIMBERT, Hassiba AZIZI, Vincent DUQUENOY, Philippe KEANG, Alexandre MONTEIRO and BA graphic design & multimedia Lycée Jacques Prévert of Boulogne-Billancourt

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