Isle of Dogs, Wes Anderson’s newest film, is a stop-motion animation about, you guessed it, an isle of dogs.
Ireland had it’s first dog-friendly screening at a cinema in Dublin. The cinema sold pup-friendly seats equipped with water and a blanket for our furry friends and screened Isle of Dogs.
Set in a future dystopian Japan, a young boy goes on a rescue mission to find his dog, Spots. Along the way, he’s befriended by a rag-tag group of dogs living on Trash Island.
🎞We had the BEST time watching #IsleOfDogs at Ireland’s first dog friendly movie 🐶screening at the Light House cinema! So many well behaved dogs 👍Here’s hoping to many more similar dog friendly events! Thanks so much @thedoggiedo, @20thcenturyfoxirl & Light House cinema for organising. #dogfriendlyireland
The dog-friendly tickets sold out in just six minutes. But if you missed that insanely tiny window, there will be another screening on Monday.