Paul Harrod

production designer, “Isle of Dogs”

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Wes Anderson’s latest foray into stop-motion animation has earned him a Best Animated Feature nod this year.

The tiniest details matter in the stop-motion world of ‘Isle of Dogs’

Wes Anderson’s latest foray into stop-motion animation has earned him a Best Animated Feature nod this year.

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Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” takes place in a futuristic Japan, where the mayor has banned all dogs to an island of trash.

'Isle of Dogs:' Massive feat of design and stop-motion animation

Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” takes place in a futuristic Japan, where the mayor has banned all dogs to an island of trash.

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