From famed director Masaaki Yuasa, the animated glam-rock opera, set in 14th-century Japan, follows Inu-oh and friend Tomona as they discover the power of music and dance.
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New animated musical from the famed ‘Ride Your Wave’ and ‘Devilman Crybaby’ director tells a revisionist tale of the legendary 14th-century Noh performer Inu-Oh - and the blind biwa player Tomona – who take Japan by storm; film hits U.S. theaters today.
Here’s a full list of all theaters where Masaaki Yuasa’s revisionist history rock opera is scheduled to play this August.
Scheduled to hit U.S. theaters this August, the upcoming animated musical from the director of ‘Ride Your Wave’ explores 14th-century Japan by way of a “revisionist rock opera.”
Festival reveals new judges, along with more must see/do special activities, programs, previews, and professional conference sessions; activities run June 14-19 online and in-person.
Award-winning director discusses his latest film, an animated musical about a 14 century Japanese Sarugaku Noh performer, set for a 2021 release.
Running October 18-20, the festival will showcase 10 new animated features and special presentations, including ‘I Lost My Body,’ ‘Ne Zha,’ ‘White Snake’ and ‘No. 7 Cherry Lane.’
From ‘I Lost My Body’ to ‘The Swallows of Kabul,’ cultural, narrative and aesthetic diversity reign in this year’s expanded feature film competition.
Eight additional features selected to screen out of competition at the 43rd Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
Over 5 million global votes cast for favorite characters, series and creators, with winners announced during exclusive live Twitch stream of third annual event.
Award-winning animated feature from the director of ‘Mind Game’ and ‘Night is Short, Walk On Girl’ available February 5 on Blu-ray + DVD combo pack, DVD and digital download.
GKIDS and Shout! Factory present celebrated director Masaaki Yuasa’s animated comedy feature about one epic night in Kyoto on Blu-ray & DVD combo pack January 29, 2019.
Enter to win tickets to summer showings of director Masaaki Yuasa’s romantic comedy about one epic night in Kyoto.
Two summer showings of director Masaaki Yuasa’s romantic comedy about one epic night in Kyoto set for August 21 & 22.
GKIDS and Shout! Factory will release cult hit from the director of ‘Lu Over the Wall’ and ‘Night is Long, Walk on Girl’ on August 28.
Fathom Events and GKIDS continue extended partnership with two summer showings of director Masaaki Yuasa’s romantic comedy about one epic night in Kyoto.
Grab a café chair, order a double espresso, and enjoy AWN.com’s celebration of all things Annecy and the art, craft and industry of animation.
Masaaki Yuasa’s beautifully animated Japanese tale of how a once-thought dangerous mermaid helps both a young man and an entire town discover new paths in life through honest communication.
GLAS Animation director Jeanette Bonds discusses the evolution of the fledgling festival as it enters its third edition with a powerhouse lineup including special guests David OReilly, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Ruth Lingford, Réka Bucsi, Boris Labbé and more.
Highlights of GLAS 2018 include a conversation with ‘Everything’ creator David OReilly, along with special guests Phil Lord and Chris Miller, retrospective screenings of work from Ruth Lingford, Réka Bucsi and Boris Labbé, and a closer look at director Jorge Gutierrez’s VR short for Google Spotlight Stories, ‘Son of Jaguar.’