Richard Linklater Breaks Down His Career, from Dazed and Confused to Boyhood | Vanity Fair

Director Richard Linklater takes us through the films that make up his career, including ‘Woodshock’, ‘Slacker’, ‘Before Sunrise’, ‘Suburbia’, ‘The Newton Boys’, ‘Dazed and Confused’, ‘Waking Life’, ‘School of Rock’, ‘Boyhood’ and ‘Where’d You Go Bernadette’.

Where’d You Go Bernadette is in theaters August 16th.

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Richard Linklater Breaks Down His Career, from Dazed and Confused to Boyhood | Vanity Fair

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  1. One of my favorite directors! The Before sunsrise/sunset/midnight trilogy is a masterpiece study of relationships and it has affected me deeply. Linklater is a true artist.

  2. School of Rock is the movie that turned the bored, interested-in-nothing 16y/o who only listened to Hip Hop and other popular music into the biggest Led Zeppelin fan. And the funny thing is Led Zeppelin isn't even featured in that movie that much, but School of Rock opened the door to a whole new world of music for me. I also credit this movie with teaching me to keep an open mind. I was so snobby as a teenager. Anything I didn't already like was somehow 'bad' to me and School of Rock slapped that attitude out of my face with its energy and enthusiasm and love for music. It changed me for the better. I can't name many films that have done that for me.

  3. I don't object to this video being 15 minutes long as much as I object to it not being an hour and 15 minutes long. And you didn't ask him about EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!! or IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO LEARN TO PLOW BY READING BOOKS?! Dadgummit, Vanity Fair, get a film geek to program these interviews!

  4. Funny that he'd mention taking ecstacy early on his career. I always intuited that he had some kind of symbiotic relationship with amphetamines, albeit a healthy and pragmatic one.


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