Closing Film: Isle of Dogs
 < Director Info > Wes Anderson --------------------------- Born May 1st 1969 in Houston, TX, he started making silent films with his father’s Super 8 camera as a child. In his college years, he worked as a part-time cinema projectionist. Graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in philosophy, and made his first film, Bottle Rocket six years later. His films are known for their distinctive visual and narrative styles, instantly recognisable by the deadpan shots, symmetrical architecture, nostalgic settings, and bright pops of colour that are trademarks of his production style. His whimsy and occasional absurdity in his films help lighten the heavy, nostalgic themes which seem to be a regular presence in his movies.
< Film Info > Isle of Dogs 2018/101min In English and Japanese, with Chinese subtitles Nominations and Awards: ▶︎Won for Silver Berlin Bear Best Director at 2018Berlin International Film Festival ▶︎Won for Best Animated Film at 2018Berlin International Film Festival ▶︎Won for Audience's Award:Best Film at 2018Titanic International Film Festival When the Mayor of Megasaki City exiled the canine pets in the city, a 12-year-old boy called Atari sets off alone on a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and flies towards the dump in search of his bodyguard-dog, Spots. There he meets a pack of mongrel friends and begins his epic journey that will determine the fate and future of the entire Prefecture. The film is not only packed with Wes Anderson's unique visual and narratives, and perfectly blends the elements of Japan's Ukiyo-e with the film, but also pays tribute to Akira Kurosawa with several of the staging and easter egg-ish references.

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