Michel Gondry

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Michel Gondry: 'I wanted to bring out Jim Carrey's sadness'
He’s made a secret video with Beyoncé, a documentary with Noam Chomsky and a cult classic with Kate Winslet. Now, the director has turned his wild imagination to TV in bittersweet comedy Kidding

Amy Nicholson

27, Nov, 2018 @4:10 PM

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Is Lakeith Stanfield the coolest actor of 2018?
He’s the sharp-dressing eccentric who’s appeared in landmark films and TV shows, from Get Out to Atlanta. So why is he Hollywood’s ultimate outsider?

Steve Rose

23, Nov, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Julia Roberts, Jim Carrey and Emma Stone: Hollywood stars takeover TV
From retiring old favourites to marquee names, here’s what will keep you glued to the small screen

Phil Harrison

01, Sep, 2018 @6:08 AM

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Hollywood vending: the best and worst adverts by big-name directors
With avant garde whizz Michel Gondry helming John Lewis’s latest lampshade-peddling showpiece, we look at movie-makers’ mixed attempts at marketing

Graeme Virtue

10, Nov, 2017 @4:27 PM

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Michel Gondry: the most unpredictable man in film
As his Noam Chomsky animation proves, nobody does freewheeling movie-making like the French director

Charlie Lyne

04, Jun, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Microbe & Gasoline review – think The Selfish Giant meets the Double Deckers
Two kids go on a journey in a vehicle made of junk in Michel Gondry’s ramshackle yet sweet-natured film

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

08, Nov, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Microbe & Gasoline review – weird, sad and deserving a big hug
This playful comedy drama, about two boys running away from home, is all we’d expect from Michel Gondry, and its geekiness makes it all the more lovable

Leslie Felperin

05, Nov, 2015 @11:00 PM

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Microbe and Gasoline review – Michel Gondry's touching tale of teenage friendship
In his most satisfying film since Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Gondry crafts an optimistic adolescent adventure from the mess of real life

Jordan Hoffman

29, Sep, 2015 @1:06 PM

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Daft Punk documentary set to feature Kanye West and Pharrell Williams
The first ever documentary on the French electronic duo is set to air in June and will feature interviews with Nile Rodgers, Michel Gondry and Giorgio Moroder

Guardian music

10, Jun, 2015 @8:45 AM

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The good, the bad and the ugly: technology immortalised in film
From the story of Facebook’s beginnings and the dangers of selfies, to action-packed hacking narratives and robot intelligence, we explore technology imagined on the big screen

Hannah Jane Parkinson

07, Jan, 2015 @11:31 AM

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A year in pop videos - the sublime, sinister, silly and sleazy
From Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX’s cult movie homage in Fancy to Arca’s hypnotic video for Thievery, artists have been pulling out all the stops to sell their music

Harriet Gibsone

02, Dec, 2014 @3:40 PM

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Readers recommend: songs about reversing | Peter Kimpton
Music played backwards to U-turns in perception or action, this week’s songs are all about moving in the opposite direction, says Peter Kimpton

Peter Kimpton

18, Sep, 2014 @9:00 PM

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