The Grand Budapest Hotel-director Wes Anderson is currently working on a stop-motion animated film about dogs. Fans can have a role as a voice actor win in the movie, that is also an official name of the filmmaker.
Fantastic Mr. Fox from 2009 was Anderson’s first venture into the stop-motionwereld. With Isle of Dogs , he returned to the medium. In a video the director created the title of the film known and summed up he also the voice acting. The cast consists of Bill Murray, Bryan Cranston, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Scarlett Johansson, Greta Gerwig, Jeff Goldblum, F. Murray Abraham, Harvey Keitel, Akira Ito, Akira Takayama, Koyu Rankin, Courtney B. Vance, Yoko Ono and Edward Norton. But you too can be part of the team, thanks to a collection.
Via Crowdrise collects Wes Anderson along with Edward Norton raise funds for the non-profit Film Foundation, an organization founded by Martin Scorsese. Film Foundation has as an objective film history is secure. Together with archives and studios saves the organization films from oblivion. They already have about seven hundred films preserved and made available to the public through festivals, museums and educational institutions. Also they are working on the World Cinema Project, for which she films from the cinema restoration to the diversity of the history of the cinema to show. And with The Story of Movies they give free lessons to young people about film language and film history.
By donating money to this organization, you have a chance with a roll of film in the print. icipation in the contest will start from 10 dollars per donation. The lucky winner can with a partner of your choice two-night stay in London, Wes Anderson meet, a tour on the set, a voice recording and one of the dolls of the film on his chimney places. The director warns, however, that barking is part of the job responsibilities.
Watch the video below to hot to walk for Isle of Dogs. We are even treated to a little sneakpreview of Rex, the character of Edward Norton. The film is in cinemas expected in 2018.
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