One only needs to spend a few seconds inside a Anton Corbijn film to glean his boundless knowledge of framing and cinematography. While expertedly evidenced in his two features, Control and The American, the talent actually began his career in the world of photography. A new documentary, titled Anton Corbijn: Inside Out, takes a look at how he became interested the field and his current way of life.
Director Klaartje Quirijns followed Corbijn, a normally private figure, around for four years, as he worked with bands such as Arcade Fire (see his recent collaboration with them here), Metallica, U2 and more. The results look to be a comprehensive encapsulation of the artist’s lifestyle and it’s finally arriving on VOD next month ahead of a festival tour. Check out the trailer and clips below, along with a poster and new stills, as we await to hear news of when his third feature, A Most Wanted Man, will arrive.
Anton Corbijn: Inside Out hits VOD on November 19th.
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