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    Jonze himself said that he "didn't set out to make a children's movie; I set out to make a movie about childhood". A television documentary, Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak, co-directed by Jonze and Lance Bangs, aired in 2009 and features a series of interviews with Sendak.

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    Work with Spike Jonze. O and Spike Jonze collaborated on a 2005 Adidas commercial, Hello Tomorrow, after Jonze had directed the video for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' 2004 single "Y Control". O composed all songs on the soundtrack of Jonze's film Where the Wild Things Are (with the exception of a cover of the Daniel Johnston song "Worried Shoes") in ...

  3. Then once I was cast, and we were shooting the film, when the finished product came out, that's how Spike directed me. He would say in a particular scene, "Okay, here you are picking up Susan Orlean at her hotel, and you're going into the Everglades or whatever. Okay, on first meeting her, you could be terribly intimidated.

  4. May 26, 2021 · Here's a little story they're about to tell... Michael Diamond and Adam Horovitz share the story of the band, Beastie Boys, and 40 years of friendship in a live documentary experience directed by friend and collaborator, Spike Jonze. Director: Spike Jonze | Stars: Beastie Boys, Mike D, Adam Horovitz, Adam Yauch. Votes: 6,579

  5. Jun 10, 2022 · Gable plays a journalist who will help Colbert’s character reunite with her husband as long as he gets a story out of it. It was the first film to win all five major Academy Awards, including ...

  6. Feb 22, 2021 · Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman might be the most brazen movie ever made — 201 hypnotic minutes of a single mother and part-time sex worker (played by the great Delphine Seyrig) going through ...

  7. Apr 28, 2022 · In the surreal comedy Being John Malkovich, someone threw a can at John Malkovich’s head and shouts “Hey, Malkovich! Think fast!” The scene panned out perfectly because according to director Spike Jonze, the director of the film, this moment wasn't at all in the script and actually happened because some extras got drunk got overboard.