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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Director of Photography: Robert D. Yeoman

Moonrise Kingdom

During filming, director Wes Anderson rented an old mansion in Newport, Rhode Island for himself, editor Andrew Weisblum, and director of cinematography Robert D. Yeoman, in which they had a room set up for editing the film. It had been arranged for the cast to stay in a nearby hotel called The Vanderbilt Grace, but eventually some of the actors also decided to stay at the mansion, including Edward Norton and Jason Schwartzman. Bill Murray later joked that the theory was to have everyone close by so that they could all work “ungodly art-movie hours.”