New exhibition coming to London in collaboration with Wes Anderson's ‘Isle of Dogs’

New exhibition coming to London in collaboration with Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’

A free exhibition is coming to London to celebrate the release of Wes Anderson’s upcoming stop-motion film Isle of Dogs.

Taking place at The Store X, 180 The Strand, the exhibition will offer a rare glimpse into the world of the film and Wes Anderson’s filmmaking. The exhibition will display the film’s original stop-motion puppets alongside some of the detailed sets taken from the production. On top of that, the show will provide a special ‘Isle of Dogs’-inspired noodle bar that will be serving bowls of steaming ramen.

The exhibition will run from 23 March to 5 April. 

Featuring many of the familiar actors we’ve become accustomed to when watching an Anderson film, the animated story is one of turmoil and political deceit… oh, and dogs. A lot of dogs.

The follow-up to 2014’s Moonrise Kingdom sees a young boy search for his dog Rex. Set in Japan the story is one of expected heartwarming joy with a dapple of saddening realism – as is often Anderson’s way

‘Isle of Dogs’, much like his hugely successful ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’, will add a whole host of Anderson favourites to voice the whimsical characters. Stars include Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Scarlett Johannson, Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, and more.

Here’s a little glimpse:

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