by filmmaker and regular contributor to Sight & Sound kogonada. His projects have been featured on NPR, The Atlantic, Canal+ and Der Spiegel, and have screened internationally. He was born in Seoul, Korea.
Wes Anderson fans already know that the writer-director favors symmetrical compositions—“Symmetrical Framing” is one of the first squares we added to Wes Anderson. Now the South Korean filmmaker kogonda shows that Anderson is even more meticulous than you might have realized. Even characters’ noses are lined up dead down the middle.