Arts & Entertainment | December 23, 2016 9:00 am

Wes Anderson Is Raffling Off a Role in His Next Film

Must like dogs. And Scarlett Johannson.

In fulfillment of the Christmas wishes of indie film nerds worldwide, Wes Anderson has announced he is raffling off a role in his newest animated film, Isle of Dogs.

The film was officially announced this week and the cast is predictably star-studded: the winner will co-star with the likes of Anderson favorites Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum and Tilda Swinton along with newcomers Scarlett Johansson and Greta Gerwig.

Every $10 donated will get you another entry, with all proceeds going to the Film Foundation, founded by Martin Scorsese, which restores old films and makes them available for schools, museums and public programming. The winner will also enjoy a free trip for two to London to meet the director, tour the set and record the voice of a dog (note that “barking, howling and whimpering may be required”), as well as walk away with a souvenir of one of the miniature models once production is wrapped.

Got a cool $50K to spare? That’s the one sure way to win. Anyone who donates that amount will get all the perks the raffle winner will enjoy.

Full prizing and info can be found here.