12 Images of the Coen Brothers On Set


Joel and Ethan Coen are an undeniable filmmaking force, a pair of brothers who have asserted themselves by making some of the best films of the last 30 years. From Blood Simple (1984) to Fargo (1996) to A Serious Man (2009), they’ve established a very distinct style that has wowed critics and audiences alike. Seeing the recently released footage of their upcoming movie, Inside Llewyn Davis, has left me feeling nostalgic about their past work. Relive their masterful career with these behind-the-scenes photos of the Coens on set.

Much thanks to You Know, For Kids for several of these images.

Raising Arizona (1986)

A Serious Man (2009)
Serious Man movie image Coen Brothers

The Big Lebowski (1997)

Miller’s Crossing (1990)

Barton Fink (1990)

True Grit (2010)

Fargo (1996)

The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001)

O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
I really like this one because it’s with legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins.

Burn After Reading (2008)

No Country for Old Men (2007)
Film Title: No Country for Old Men

A Serious Man (2009), Part II


Filed under Movies

8 responses to “12 Images of the Coen Brothers On Set

  1. Fargo and Big Lebowski are my favs there 🙂

  2. Great post. I watched The Big Lebowski recently, and my all-time favorite Crimewave this past weekend.

    • It’s funny… I’m so sucked in to watching all the stuff they direct that I never thought to watch the stuff they wrote. Adding Crimewave to the ol’ watch list now.

  3. Joel looks a little like Howard Stern in the Miller’s Crossing photo.

  4. Pingback: March of the Coens in Review | French Toast Sunday

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