Isle of Dogs is being touted as director Wes Anderson’s most artistic, political and detailed film yet. After captivating audiences with The Royal Tenenbaums and Fantastic Mr. Fox, and more recently The Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson has wowed cinema goers with this feature starring some of Hollywood’s A-Listers. The film is led by an all-star voice cast that includes Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Scarlett Johansson (Lucy), Yoko Ono, Bill Murray (Lost in Translation), Frances McDormand (Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri) and Liev Shreiber (X-Men). Isle of Dogs is an animated stop motion comedy film that is set on an island in Japan built entirely from trash outside a city run by a tyrannical mayor. It’s a story that is nuanced and deeply political. As the title suggests the film revolves around a scrappy pack of dogs who are exiled to this island when a canine flu spreads in Japan. Directed by Wes Anderson, Isle of Dogs will be released in theaters across India on 6 July 2018 by Fox Star Studios through Runaway-Luminosity Distribution.