An ‘Isle of Dogs’ exhibition is coming to New York City
The film hits UK cinemas later this month
An exhibition based on Wes Anderson’s new film ‘Isle of Dogs’ will hit New York City. Featuring displays of the handmade puppets, the exhibit will allow visitors an inside look at Anderson’s latest film. Original film sets will also be on display. Guests can also snack at a noodle bar based on the film’s Megasaki restaurant. Prestigious chef Akira Shimizu will be whipping up ramen for the lucky guests. The exhibition will take place from March 23 to April 5 at The Store in Soho. Entrance is free.
‘Isle of Dogs’ is the latest offering from quirky director Wes Anderson. The stop-motion animation film follows a boy as he searches for his missing mutt, leading him to an island of talking dogs. The film features the voices of Yoko Ono, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, and Scarlett Johansson. ‘Isle of Dogs’ hits UK cinemas on March 30.
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