You know all about the big films opening in July, but here are some smaller ones you won't want to miss.
"The memory of reading L'Écume des jours has had an influence on many of my films..."
The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind director heads back to France for Mood Indigo, a tragic romance that will test your tolerance for quirkiness.
Michel Gondry has made some of the most original films of the last 20 years. With his new movie Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?, he does his best to keep up with Noam Chomsky.
MTV in the '90s was basically a training ground for the auteurs of today.
This 2002 Michel Gondry video took you multiple times around a Paris block with not one but five Kylies. Hypnotic? Oui.
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity—the world's premier advertising event—starts today. This Japanese spot deserves to win gold (it won't).
The inventive film and music video director is back with "The We and the I" and it looks like a fun time with some high schoolers in The Bronx.
Deformed mutant cars, as seen on the set of a new Michel Gondry film. They're cute. Like, ugly-cute.
Would you like to have your very own portrait drawn by auteur and quirkster Michel Gondry?
Music video innovator, screenwriter, director, and master manipulator of the Rubiks cube.