YouTube - Wes Anderson talks about Darjeeling Limited
Especially go to 2:45 where he talks about what he does with his films.
"I'm drawn in the movies I make on my own to stories about friendship, inspired by people I know, things in my own experience, and where the settings also come from imagination."
Wes Anderson and “Fantastic Mr. Fox” : The New Yorker
I was hoping they'd have the whole New Yorker article on line, but I'll quote the magazine that I have at home:
"[Anderson's] workspace is as carefully arrayed as the set of one of his films... Anderson could not have used a more painstaking way to make his first animated film (stop-motion animation)... he 'found a way to insanely micromanage the movie'... Owen Wilson pointed out the process 'seems to suit how meticulous Wes is about getting things exactly as he imagines them.'
"...The performances [of Anderson's characters] are controlled, tamped down. The action takes place amid eye-catching decors and anachronistic furnishings. The scripts offer a winking catalogue of inside movie references, and the soundtracks are replete with a carefully curated collection of recordings...
"In [The life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Darjeeling Limited], Anderson emerged as an heir to the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Howard Hawks, rugged adventurers whose daring exploits were matched by their dandyish style statements. Anderson shares their self discipline; their coolness under pressure; their appreciation of the exacting work ethic behind the beauty of objects; and the physical joy in the presence of danger.
"Already as a youth, Anderson was an aesthete; he assembled his own library of carefully selected editions, had what Eric [his brother] calls a 'cutting edge record collection,' and covered the walls of his room with his own graphic art and collages. He was a big reader, who, in high school loved F.Scott Fitzgerald's short stories. He was also an athlete; he played soccer and tennis and ran track."
There's plenty more; I just don't feel like typing any more unless someone wants to read it.
All of this screams ISFP to me.
Also, people shouldn't forget that films are made with more than one person. And Wes Anderson always has people helping him write the screenplays, as does Spike Jonze. (Not that an ISFP can't write a screenplay, but obviously the screenwriter plays a huge part in what the film will be so their type must also be taken into consideration.)