Wes Anderson has paved his way to becoming one of the most highly regarded directors, screenwriters, producers and actors in Hollywood today. With Anderson’s abundance of signature directorial moves, it’s no wonder his films such as Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, and The Grand Budapest Hotel have held their own right in the film industry. Since his 1996 debut Bottle Rocket, Anderson has been well in the game for over two decades and now looks to debut his latest creation, Isle of Dogs.
To celebrate the release of the aforementioned film, a new video analysis created by ScreenPrism has arrived studying Anderson’s unique signature characteristics that have helped him to define his collective filmography. Take a look at the video above to find out more about Anderson’s impressive run.
Marking Anderson’s first film in four years, Isle of Dogs is now in theaters. In case you’ve missed it, Wes Anderson explains what influenced Isle of Dogs.