Wes Anderson announces his latest film Isle of Dogs (and Ed Norton hijacks it) By Iain Alexander / 21 December 2016 Film director Wes Anderson has announced his new animation film ‘Isle of Dogs’ which is currently filming in London but gets interrupted half-way by one of the film’s cast, Ed Norton. Voiced by the likes of Scarlett Johansson, Jeff Goldblum, Tilda Swinton, Harvey Keitel and Bill Murray, Anderson gives fans a sneak peek at his latest project, with a touch of humour and a call-to-action. Anderson is offering fans a host of prizes to support The Film Foundation, and will be giving people the opportunity to voice one of the dogs in the movie as well as a trip for 2 to London including accommodation and a tour of the movie set. Other prizes include a Criterion Collection DVD signed by Anderson and a copy of The Wes Anderson Collection Book. To find out more and participate in the raffle check out the official contest page. The Film Foundation is a non-profit founded by Martin Scorsese and helps to preserve motion pictures, working with archives and studios to restore classic films and make them accessible to the public through festivals, museums, and institutions.