Filmmaker Wes Anderson is getting back into the stop-motion animation game. Known primarily for quirky live action movies like Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Grand Budapest Hotel, in 2009 Anderson tested the animation water with the Roald Dahl adaptation, The Fantastic Mr. Fox.
A few days ago Variety announced that his next movie, Isle of Dogs, the story of a young boy travelling in Japan to find his lost dog, will again be animated. But more than that, YOU can play a character in it.
For every $10 you donate to the Film Foundation, a non-profit organization that restores and preserves film history, you’ll be entered into a drawing. The prizes include cool signed DVDs and books, but the big grand prize is a trip to London to visit the film set and record a voice for one of the dogs in the movie. Wouldn’t that be great.
For your chance to win, visit the fundraising page at crowdrise.com and donate. Then place holds on all of Anderson’s movies.
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