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“ISLE OF DOGS”
Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales and Jeremy Dawson


Director: Wes Anderson
Producers: Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales and Jeremy Dawson
Writer: Wes Anderson
Story By: Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, and Kunichi Nomura
Cinematography: Tristan Oliver
Editors: Ralph Foster and Edward Bursch
Composer: Alexandre Deplat
Distributors: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Release Date: March 23, 2018
Run-time: 101 minutes



FILM SYNOPSIS: Twenty years in the future, the Japanese city of Megasaki is facing a pandemic of dog flu, prompting Mayor Kobayashi to decree that all canines be exiled to Trash Island. Atari, the mayor’s 12-year-old nephew, refuses to accept the banishment of his beloved pet, however, and embarks on a hazardous quest to retrieve him.


Anything Wes Anderson cannot be counted out. But this year seems to belong to “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.” And if anything is going to upset, it would probably be Pixar’s “Incredibles 2.”


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

WES ANDERSON
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2001 (74th) “The Royal Tenenbaums” Nominated Best Original Screenplay
2009 (82nd) “Fantastic Mr. Fox” Nominated Best Animated Feature
2012 (85th) “Moonrise Kingdom” Nominated Best Original Screenplay
2014 (87th) “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Nominated Best Picture
Nominated Best Directing
Nominated Best Original Screenplay

SCOTT RUDIN
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2002 (75th) “The Hours” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2007 (80th) “No Country For Old Men” Won Best Picture (Producer)
2010 (83rd) “The Social Network” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
“True Grit” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2011 (84th) “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2013 (86th) “Captain Phillips” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2014 (87th) “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2016 (89th) “Fences” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2017 (90th) “Lady Bird” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)

STEVEN RALES
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2014 (87th) “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)

JEREMY DAWSON
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2014 (87th) “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)



ALEXANDRE DESPLAT



The Academy also loves Alexandre Desplat, so you can never count him out, but there are better scores out there this year, including Nicholas Britell’s “If Beale Street Could Talk.” The fact that Desplat won last year for “The Shape Of Water” also works against him.


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

ALEXANDRE DESPLAT
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2006 (79th) “The Queen” Nominated Best Original Score
2008 (81st) “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” Nominated Best Original Score
2009 (82nd) “Fantastic Mr. Fox” Nominated Best Original Score
2010 (83rd) “The King’s Speech” Nominated Best Original Score
2012 (85th) “Argo” Nominated Best Original Score
2013 (86th) “Philomena” Nominated Best Original Score
2014 (87th) “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Won Best Original Score
“The Imitation Game” Nominated Best Original Score
2017 (90th) “The Shape Of Water” Won Best Original Score



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VIEWED: Thursday, February 7, 2019

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