Wes Anderson is well known for making visually pleasing films. His eye for color, knack for capturing deadpan expressions, and an ability to cohesively arrange various characters and props on screen fill his work with inspiration for other visual artists. There even exists a popular Instagram account focused on real places that are “accidentally” Wes-Anderson-esque.
Wes Anderson and Jason Schwartzman Uncover ‘Isle of Dogs’ Mysteries, Japanese Cinema Influences, and Grumbles of Pugs
Wes Anderson and his co-story writer Jason Schwartzman discuss the dystopic eccentricity of ‘Isle of Dogs,’ the multiple references to influential Japanese films, and a bizarre explanation about what a group of pugs is called.
Legend Bill Murray and acclaimed actor Liev Schreiber discussed their time working on ‘Isle of Dogs,’ unpacking the deeply empathetic personalities of dogs, and recording their voice-overs in a mere few hours
Last week, Fox Searchlight presented the “Isle of Dogs” New York Special Screening & Reception at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The film is now playing.
Wes Anderson returns with yet another masterfully whimsical cinematic splendor, elevating the stop-motion extravaganza found in ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ to new levels of precision and expertise.
The fast rising actor discusses everything from his role in the film, his experience on set, and what movie role he would love to play.