Anton Corbijn

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‘They had soul’: Anton Corbijn on 40 years shooting Depeche Mode
He thought they were pop lightweights – then turned them into moody megastars. The photographer recalls his adventures with the band, from desert trips to drug-induced near-death experiences

Alexis Petridis

01, Jun, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Haute couture goes for an MTV-style makeover
Chanel and Valentino enlist artists from music and film as couture adapts to Covid by going digital

Jess Cartner-Morley

26, Jan, 2021 @5:46 PM

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A huge band, with a cool crowd from a ringside seat? Head for the cinema
Director Anton Corbijn says his Depeche Mode concert movie is part of a growing wave of one-night-only filmed music events

Vanessa Thorpe

02, Nov, 2019 @1:29 PM

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U2's Joshua Tree tour: stuck in the past, or a new sense of purpose?
Touring Trump’s America with their newly resonant 1987 album is either the grand act that makes U2 great again, or a tacit admission of creative decline

Barry Nicolson

15, May, 2017 @2:20 PM

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Macbeth; Sicario; The Walk; Irrational Man; Life; Miss You Already and more – review
Marion Cotillard and Michael Fassbender are on fire in a searing Macbeth for our times

Guy Lodge

31, Jan, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Robert Pattinson lacked 'guts' to play Dennis Stock, says photographer's widow
Susan Richards, whose husband’s time with film star James Dean is portrayed in new movie Life, says British actor failed to capture her late husband’s dynamic charm

Tom Seymour

25, Sep, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Life review – Pattinson gives a dull performance in a dull film
There is no chemisty between Robert Pattinson, who plays Life photographer Dennis Stock, and Dane DeHaan as James Dean in this somnolent film about the magazine’s striking 1955 photo shoot

Peter Bradshaw

24, Sep, 2015 @9:45 PM

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Robert Pattinson: ‘I’m definitely very confused’
Robert Pattinson is a perfect fit for the new James Dean biopic – only he’s not playing the title role. He tells Tim Lewis why he worries about his acting ability and gets embarrassed at the gym

Tim Lewis

13, Sep, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Bridging the gap between Life and death: James Dean biopic trailer debuts
Anton Corbijn’s film Life profiles the friendship between future star James Dean and photographer Dennis Stock

Ben Child

14, Aug, 2015 @10:46 AM

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Anton Corbijn and Andy Gill on their special relationship
Photographer and director Anton Corbijn and Gang of Four’s Andy Gill first worked together 35 years ago. They talk creativity, Control and rock ’n’ roll housewarmings

Ed Cumming

22, Feb, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Berlin 2015: Life review – waxworky piece of American icon worship
Anton Corbijn’s story of the relationship between James Dean and Life magazine photographer Dennis Stock is crowded with detail and moves at a sleepwalking pace

Peter Bradshaw

09, Feb, 2015 @8:31 PM

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The 88 movies we're most excited about in 2015
Think 2014 was a good year for film? Think again. This year is shaping up to be one of the classics. Here’s what’s on our radar

Guardian Film

06, Jan, 2015 @3:23 PM

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