Cinemasters: Wes Anderson – Glasgow Film Theatre

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Wes Anderson is a singular filmmaker; his precise vision, detached humour and particular style are unmistakable. One viewing arguably isn’t enough to take in everything contained across the many layers of his intricately-constructed stories, and their idiosyncratic characters. As his new film Isle of Dogs goes on general release, GFT is delighted to take the opportunity to revisit five of his earlier works on a tour of Wes’ world. Specially commissioned programme notes will be available.


Isle of Dogs Film Review by Rachelle Atalla

Rushmore (15)

​Wes Anderson’s breakthrough sophomore feature

10 April, 2018

Take 2: Fantastic Mr Fox (PG)

Glorious stop-motion animation

14 April, 2018

The Grand Budapest Hotel (15)

A perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

1 May, 2018

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (15)

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou demonstrates once again Anderson’s aptitude at handling ensemble casts

The Royal Tenenbaums (15)

17 April, 2018

Wes Anderson’s story of an unexpected dysfunctional family reunion

Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle, GFT
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