By the time Finding Dory hits theaters next summer, it’ll have been 13 years since we met everyone’s favorite neurotic and forgetful fish in Finding Nemo. Ellen DeGeneres’ Dory is returning to the big screen with her very own exciting adventure, and while we’re still waiting for the trailer, Pixar has revealed a rather charming poster for the sequel.

This simple but quite lovely poster for Finding Dory debuted over at IMP Awards:


As revealed at D23, the sequel finds Dory living happily with Marlin and Nemo, until she suffers a minor traumatic experience that unlocks a repressed memory, which leads to a recollection of her parents and the realization that they do not remember her. Marlin believes that Dory is being drawn back home to spawn, and the little makeshift fish family set out on a journey to find where Dory came from.

Albert Brooks is returning to voice Marlin in the animated adventure, which also features Ed O’Neill as an octopus named Hank, Ty Burrell as a beluga whale named Bailey, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Kaitlin Olson as Destiny, a whale shark who is confused about her dual classification.

Finding Dory is directed by Andrew Stanton and Pixar vet Angus MacLane, and hits theaters on June 17, 2016.