Magazine article Screen International

'Isle of Dogs' Tops Screen's Final Berlin Jury Grid

Magazine article Screen International

'Isle of Dogs' Tops Screen's Final Berlin Jury Grid

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Wes Anderson’s canine adventure scores 3.3, ahead of Dovlatov, In The Aisles, U-July 22.

Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animation Isle Of Dogs has achieved the highest score on the 2018 Screen Berlin Jury Grid, with an average of 3.3 from seven critics.

The film, which was the first to screen in this year’s competition and opened the Berlinale, received three scores of four (excellent) from Dagens Nyheter’s Nicholas Wennö, Sight & Sound’s Nick James and Screen’s own critic, with no score lower than two (average).

Anderson previously appeared on the Grid in 2014 with another Berlinale opener, The Grand Budapest Hotel, which achieved the fourth highest score that year with 2. …

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