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Miss Hokusai special screenings in Milan

December 9, 2016

Keiichi Hara's award winning feature film, Miss Hokusai is screening in Milan as part of a special programme dedicated to art in Japanese cinema, entitled "Hokusai, il monte Fuji, i luoghi e i volti del Giappone" (Hokusai, Mount Fuji, Places and Faces of Japan). The screenings are presented with the patronage of the City of Milan in cooperation with the Italian Film Library, in concomitance with an exhibitions of ukiyo-e from Hokusai, Hiroshige and Utamaro at the city's Royal Palace, and in celebration of the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Italy. The screenings are taking place at the Film Library's venue, Spazio Oberdan.


Screening schedule:
Date: December 29, 2016 (Thu)
Time: 21:15
Place: Spazio Oberdan - Sala Alda Merini

Date: January 1, 2017 (Sun)
Time: 15:00
Place: Spazio Oberdan - Sala Alda Merini

Date: January 5, 2017 (Thu)
Time: 17:00
Place: Spazio Oberdan - Sala Alda Merini

Date: January 6, 2017 (Fri)
Time: 19:00
Place: Spazio Oberdan - Sala Alda Merini


Spazio Oberdan official website:
http://oberdan.cinetecamilano.it/


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners

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Miss Hokusai theatrical release in USA

September 21, 2016

Keiichi Hara's Miss Hokusai is receving theatrical distribution in North America by GKids, starting on October 14, 2016.

Check the theatre nearest to you:

http://www.gkids.com/films/miss-hokusai/.


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners



Miss Hokusai screens at Brussels' Musée de la BD, hosted by Keiichi Hara

September 21, 2016

The Comics Art Museum (Musée de la BD) in Brussells, Belgium, in collaboration with the Japanese Embassy, is holding a special screening of Miss Hokusai on September 27, starting from 18:00.
The screening, in Japanese with English subtitles, will be followed by a Q&A session with director Keiichi Hara.

For more information please refer to the museum's official website:

https://www.comicscenter.net/en/news-flash/movie-screening-at-the-museum.


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners

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Miss Hokusai theatrical release in Germany

June 17, 2016

Keiichi Hara's Annecy-winning animated feature film, Miss Hokusai is receiving theatrical release in Germany by Kazé / AV Visionen starting from June 16, 2016.

List updated as of June 16, 2016

Berlin:
CinemaxX Potsdamer Platz
Moviemento
Central
Brotfabrik Kino
b-ware! Laden Kino
Acud

Nationwide:
Dresden: Schauburg
Leipzig: Kinobar Prager Frühling
Rostock: Lichtspieltheater Wundervoll
Düsseldorf: Bambi
Köln: Filmpalette
Frankfurt: Mal seh'n
Freiburg: Harmonie
Karlsruhe: Schauburg-Theater
Hamburg: Kino 3001
Hamburg: CinemaxX Dammtor
Hannover: CinemaxX Raschplatz
Kiel: Studio Filmtheater am Dreiecksplatz
München: Neues Monopol Filmtheater
München: Werkstatt-Kino
Nürnberg: Meisengeige
Nürnberg: Cinecitta
Stuttgart: Metropol

Locations and venues subject to change. Please check the theatre nearest to you on Filmstarts.

German official website:
http://www.misshokusai-derfilm.de/.


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners



Miss Hokusai featured at the Hokusai x Manga exhibition at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Germany

June 17, 2016

Keiichi Hara's latest film Miss Hokusai is being featured at the "Hokusai x Manga" exhibition, currently held at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (MKG) of Hamburg, Germany. The exhibition, held from June 10 through September 11, aims to establish a link between Edo period popular culture, such as ukiyo-e depicting actors, warriors and courtesans, and present-day Tokyo pop culture, made of manga, anime and idols, both so hugely influential on the West. The corner dedicated to Miss Hokusai features production material never shown to the public before.

With approximately 500,000 objects from 4,000 years of human history the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg is one of the most influential museums for arts and crafts in Europe. Opened in 1877, the MKG tells the remarkable story of human creativity. The top-class collections range from Ancient art to Contemporary art and include the European, Islamic and East Asian cultural regions.

For further information, opening time and entrance fees, please refer to MKG Hamburg's official website:
http://www.mkg-hamburg.de/en/home.html


Miss Hokusai is screening in theatres throughout Germany from June 16.
More info on the German official website:
http://www.misshokusai-derfilm.de/.


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners






Miss Hokusai screening in the UK

January 29, 2015

Keiichi Hara's award-winning animated film, Miss Hokusai is scheduled for a number of theatrical screenings in the United Kingdom from February through March 2016 as part of the The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme. Check the theatre closest to you!

Screening schedule:
Date: February 5, 2016 (Fri)
Time: 6:30pm
Place: ICA (London)

Date: February 6, 2016 (Sat)
Time: 6:10pm
Place: Phoenix (Leicester)

Date: February 13, 2016 (Sat)
Time: 3.10pm
Place: Watershed (Bristol)

Date: February 14, 2016 (Sun)
Time: 4.00pm
Place: Showroom Cinema (Sheffield)

Date: February 15, 2016 (Mon)
Time: 6.45pm
Place: QUAD (Derby)

Date: February 19, 2016 (Fri)
Time: 6:00pm
Place: Aberystwyth Arts Centre (Aberystwyth)

Date: February 21, 2016 (Sun)
Time: 3:30pm
Place: Dundee Contemporary Arts (Dundee)

Date: March 3, 2016 (Thu)
Time: 8.00pm
Place: Brewery Arts Centre (Kendal)

Date: March 9, 2016 (Wed)
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Exeter Phoenix (Exeter)

Date: March 20, 2016 (Sun)
Time: 6:30pm
Place: HOME (Manchester)


For further information and screening time updates, please refer to The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme official website:
http://www.jpf-film.org.uk/films/miss-hokusai


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners



Miss Hokusai theatrical release in France

September 16, 2015

Keiichi Hara's Annecy-winning latest animated feature film, Miss Hokusai is receiving extensive theatrical release in France by Eurozoom starting from September 2, 2015.

"Lesson of elegance." (Le Monde)
"Impressionist portrait." (Libération)
"Splendid" (Télérama)
"Confirmation of Keiichi Hara's talent" (Cahiers du Cinema)

List updated as of September 16, 2015

Paris:
Le Publicis Champs Élysées
Les Sept Parnassiens
MK2 Bibliothèque
MK2 Hautefeuille
MK2 Beaubourg
Majestic Bastille
Ciné Chaplin St Lambert
Ciné Chaplin Denfert
Le Brady
Les 3 Luxembourg
Le Studio 2
Studio des Ursulines


Nationwide:
Achères: Pandora
Aix-en-Provence: Le Mazarin
Agen: Les montreurs d'images
Angers: Les 400 Coups
Arles: Actes Sud
Auterive: L'Oustal
Avignon: Le Pandora
Beauvais: Cinespace
Besançon: Victor Hugo
Blagnac: Rex
Blanc Mesnil: Louis Daquin
Bordeaux: UGC Ciné Cité
Brest: Les Studios
Castanet-Tolosan: MJC Ciné 113
Caussade: Ciné Théâtre
Charleville Mezières: Metropolis
Clermont-Ferrand: Les Ambiances
Colmar: Colisée
Conflans Ste Honorine: Cinéville
Crépy en Valois: Les Toiles
Dax: Grand Club
Dijon: Devosge
Évreux: Pathé
Frontone: Ciné Fronton
Graulhet: Vertigo
Grenoble: Le Méliès
Hérouville: Café des images
Les Mureaux: Frédéric Dard
Lille: Le Majestic
Lyon: UGC Ciné Cité
Marseille: Le Prado
Mayenne: Vox
Meru: Domino
Metz: Caméo Ariel
Mezieu: Ciné Meyzieu
Moëlan-sur-Mer: Le Kerfany
Monsenpron-Libos: Liberty
Montbeliard: Colisée
Montpellier: Diagonal Capitole
Nancy: Caméo Commandaire
Nanterre: Les Lumières
Nantes: Le Concorde
Nantua: Le Club
Nice: Les Variétés
Nîmes: Le Sémaphore
Orléans: Les Carmes
Pessac: Jean Eustache
Plougastel: L'image
Quiberon: Le Paradis
Quimper: Dupleix
Rennes: Ciné TNB
Rouen: Omnia République
Rumilly: Le Concorde
Saint Égrève: Le Vence
Saint-Étienne: Le Méliès
Saint-Martin-en-Haut: Paradisio
Saint Pierre d'Oléron: Eldorado
Seynod: L'Auditorium
Strasbourg: UGC Ciné Cité Étoile
Tarare: Jacques Perrin
Thouars: Le Familia
Toulouse: Utopia
Tours: Studio
Uzes: Capitole
Vauréal: L'Antarès
Valence: Le Navire


Locations and venues subject to change. Please check the theatre nearest to you on AlloCiné

Official French website:
http://www.misshokusai-lefilm.fr/

Official French Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/MissHOKUSAI


© 2014-2015 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners





O-Ei's Masterwork Exhibiting in Tokyo

April 20, 2015

One of the great mysteries about O-Ei, third of Hokusai's four daughters and the main character in Keiichi Hara film Miss Hokusai, is that despite accounts of the time all agree without exception on her extraordinary talent, the number of works ascribed to her is surprisingly limited. Only ten works have been confirmed as of today, of which two are without her signature, and only two, which are illustrations for manuals, are inscribed with a date. To this frustratingly meagre corpus, three more works signed as Hokusai's daughter Tatsu-jo (or Toki-jo) could be added, previous acceptance of the theory according which Tatsu-jo was an early art name O-Ei used before her short-lived marriage with Minamizawa Tomei. Furthermore, O-Ei's ten works are scattered in as many museums across three continents, making a comprehensive appreciation of her art an utterly challenging task, also considering that no museum maintains a permanent exhibition of ukiyo-e due to their fatal sensitiveness to light. It is therefore most welcomed news that the Ota Memorial Museum of Art in Harajuku, Tokyo, has decided to hold a special exhibition of O-Ei's most representative paintings, Courtesans Showing Themselves to the Strollers through the Grille in conjunction with the release of Miss Hokusai. It is a rare and unmissable opportunity because the painting is usually exhibited only once every four years.

Courtesans Showing Themselves to the Strollers through the Grille will be exhibiting from May 1 to May 28, 2015 at the Ota Memorial Museum in Tokyo.

Official website:
http://www.ukiyoe-ota-muse.jp/index-E.html


"Courtesans Showing Themselves to the Strollers through the Grille". O-Ei signed this painting as Oi, hiding each Chinese character in her name in the lanterns carried by the strollers (Ota Memorial Museum of Art).


A Letter to Momo screening in the UK

January 23, 2015

Hiroyuki Okiura's award-winning second directorial effort A Letter to Momo is scheduled for a number of theatrical screenings in the United Kingdom from February through March 2015 as part of the The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme. Check the theatre closest to you!

Screening schedule:
Date: February 1, 2015 (Sat)
Time: 2:00pm
Place: ICA (London)

Date: February 10, 2015 (Tue)
Time: 8.15pm
Place: mac birmingham (Birmingham)

Date: February 14, 2015 (Sat)
Time: 3.00pm
Place: Watershed (Bristol)

Date: February 15, 2015 (Sun)
Time: 6.00pm
Place: QUAD (Derby)

Date: February 21, 2015 (Fri)
Time: 3.30pm
Place: Dundee Contemporary Arts (Dundee)

Date: February 28, 2015 (Sat)
Time: 3.50pm
Place: Filmhouse (Edinburgh)

Date: March 7, 2015 (Sat)
Time: 1.00pm
Place: Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle upon Tyne)

Date: March 14, 2015 (Sat)
Time: 1.00pm
Place: Showroom Cinema (Sheffield)

Date: March 21, 2015 (Sat)
Time: 1.45pm
Place: Broadway Cinema (Nottingham)

Date: March 22, 2015 (Sun)
Time: TBC
Place: Queen's Film Theatre (Belfast)


For further information, please refer to The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme official website:
http://www.jpf-film.org.uk/films/a-letter-to-momo


© 2012 "A Letter to Momo" Film Partners

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Keiichi Hara's Miss Hokusai featured in Annecy's WIP

May 30, 2014

Keiichi Hara's new feature film, Miss Hokusai will be presented in the Work-in-Progress (WIP) section of Annecy Film Festival 2014. The conference will introduce the fascinating character of O-Ei, master Hokusai's highly talented yet almost unknown third daughter, and the technical challenges the staff has taken in the rendition of 1814 Japan's landscape and customs.

For more information about Miss Hokusai, to be released in 2015, please refer to our dedicated page here.


Conference schedule:
Date: June 11, 2014 (Wed)
Time: 9:30
Place: Salle Pierre Lamy


Access to the conference is restricted. Please check Annecy 2014 official website:
http://www.annecy.org/home/


© 2014 Hinako Sugiura•MS.HS / Sarusuberi Film Partners




A Letter to Momo theatrical release in France

September 25, 2013

Hiroyuki Okiura award-winning second directorial effort, A Letter to Momo is receiving extensive theatrical release in France from September 25, 2013.

In Paris, the film is playing at the following venues: Bastille, Le Brady, Le Cinéma des Cinéastes, Elysées Lincoln, Etoile Lilas, Les Sept Parnassiens, Studio des Ursulines, UGC Ciné Cité Bercy and UGC Orient Express.

It is also playing in the following cities: Argenteuil, Arles, Auch, Avignon, Blagnac, Blanquefort, Bobigny, Bordeaux, Boulogne-Billancourt, Chambéry, Chatenay Malabry, Château-Arnoux, Châteauroux, Clermont-Ferrand, Créteil, Dax, Dijon, Forcalquier, Grenoble, Hérouville-Saint-Clair, La Roche-sur-Yon, La Tour-du-Pin, Le Mans, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Melun, Montigny le Bretonneaux, Montpellier, Montreuil, Mulhouse, Nantes, Nîmes, Pantin, Pau, Perpignan, Pessac, Pont-à-Mousson, Port-de-Bouc, Puteaux, Questembert, Quimper, Reims, Rennes, Romainville, Rouen, Saint-Ouen, Saintes, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Tours, Tremblay-en-France, Valence, Vitry-sur-Seine.

Venues and cities may change. Please check your local information.


© 2012 "A Letter to Momo" Film Partners

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009 Re:Cyborg European Premiere at London's BFI, Scottish Premiere at Glasgow's GFT

March 29, 2013

Kenji Kamiyama's highly anticipated stereoscopic 3D feature film, 009 Re:Cyborg is having its European premiere at the prestigious British Film Institute in London, UK, on April 4, 2013. Director Kamiyama and producer Tomohiko Ishii will be attending the screening. A Q&A session with the two guests will follow the screening.

Kamiyama and Ishii will also attend the Scottish premiere of the film, to be held on April 6th at the Glasgow Film Theatre.

009 Re:Cyborg is slated for theatrical release in the UK from June 2013.


BFI screening information:
Date: April 4, 2013 (Tue)
Time: 8:20pm
Place: NFT1

GFT screening information:
Date: April 6, 2013 (Sat)
Time: 1:25pm
Place: GFT 1


For more information, please refer to the following official websites:

BFI
https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/preview-009-re-cyborg-3d

GFT
http://www.glasgowfilm.org/theatre/whats_on/5076_009_re_cyborg_3d

© 2012 009 RE:CYBORG Production Committee

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A Letter to Momo screening at the Forum des images in Paris

November 18, 2011

Hiroyuki Okiura's feature film A Letter to Momo is screening as the closing night's special movie at the animation film festival Carrefour de l'animation, held in Paris from December 1st through 4th at the prestigious Forum des Images.

Screening schedule:
Date: December 4, 2011 (Sun)
Time: 20:30
Place: Salle 500

official website:
http://www.forumdesimages.fr/fdi/Festivals-et-evenements/Carrefour-de-l-animation/(offset)/30


© 2012 "A Letter to Momo" Film Partners


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Oblivion Island screening at Otaka 2010, Vilnius

November 30, 2010

Shinsuke Sato's Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror is screening at Otaka 2010, the annual Japanese animation film festival held in Vilnius, Lithuania, from December 2 to 5, 2010.

Screening schedule:
Date: December 4, 2010 (Sat)
Time: 17:00
Place: 3 salé


Screening schedule may change. Please refer to the Otaka 2010 official website:
http://www.otaka.lt/


© 2009 FUJI TELEVISION NETWORK / Production I.G / DENTSU / PONY CANYON



Oblivion Island screening at Animation Nation 2010, Singapore

November 30, 2010

Shinsuke Sato's Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror is screening at Animation Nation 2010, the animation film festival organized by the Singapore Film Society from December 1 to 8, 2010 in Singapore.

"At once heartwarming and breathtakingly beautiful, Oblivion Island invites the viewer to step aboard a dramatic rollercoaster, taking you on a fantastical, visually-titillating spin through a story which spirals, twists and hurtles in every unpredictable direction." (from Animation Nation 2010 official website)

Screening schedule:
Date: December 2, 2010 (Thu)
Time: 7:00pm
Place: National Museum of Singapore, Gallery Theatre

Date: December 6, 2010 (Mon)
Time: 7:00pm
Place: National Museum of Singapore, Gallery Theatre


Screening schedule may change. Please refer to the Animation Nation 2010 official website:
http://www.sfs.org.sg/animation/2010/index.html


© 2009 FUJI TELEVISION NETWORK / Production I.G / DENTSU / PONY CANYON



Tokyo Marble Chocolate and Oblivion Island screening in Sydney, Naoyoshi Shiotani guest of honour

November 12, 2010

Australia's annual Japanese Film Festival will be screening Tokyo Marble Chocolate and Oblivion Island: Haruka at the Magic Mirror, and anime creator Naoyoshi Shiotani will appear as guest of honour.

The bittersweet romantic comedy Tokyo Marble Chocolate (2007) is Shiotani's directorial debut, and it was awarded the Grand Prize in the Feature Film Category of the 12th Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival (SICAF 2008). Japan Academy Prizes-winner and APSA-nominated Oblivion Island (2009) is Production I.G's first 3DCGI movie, for which Shiotani contributed animation direction, storyboards, the island concept design, and the design for Cotton, the movie heroine's supercute stuffed animal.

Learn more about Naoyoshi Shiotani in our featured interviews about Tokyo Marble Chocolate and Oblivion Island.

The two movies will be screened within the Special Event: Anime Matsuri 2 programme in Sydney only on November 27, 2010. Both movies are showing in Australia for the first time.

Organized by the Japan Foundation, Sydney, and now in its fourteenth year, the Japanese Film Festival showcases the latest Japanese movies to the Australian audience.


Screening schedule (Anime Matsuri 2 programme):
Date: November 27, 2010 (Sat)
Time: 4:45pm
Place: Event Cinemas George Street (505 - 525 George St, Sydney)


Screening schedule may change. Please refer to the 14th Japanese Film Festival official website:
http://14th.japanesefilmfestival.net/filmlist.html


© 2007 Production I.G
/ Project Tokyo Marble Chocolate
© 2009 FUJI TELEVISION NETWORK / Production I.G / DENTSU / PONY CANYON







Musashi screening at the Japanisches Kulturinstitut in Cologne

August 13, 2010

Mizuho Nishikubo's anime documentary Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai is screening at the Japanisches Kulturinstitut (Japanese Culture Institute) of Cologne, Germany, as part of a special programme focusing on period movies, and entitled "Genealogy of Heroes and Anti-Heroes."
Musashi is opening the programme on September 2, and it will be followed by 16 more movies, from directors such as Kon Ichikawa, Kihachi Okamoto, Kenji Misumi and Takeshi Kitano.

Admission is free.

Screening schedule:
Date: September 2, 2010 (Thu)
Time: 19:00

Date: September 6, 2010 (Mon)
Time: 19:00

Place:
Japanisches Kulturinstitut
Universitätsstr. 98
50674 Cologne, Germany
Tel: 0221-9405580
Fax: 0221-9405589


Screening schedule may change. Please refer to the Japanisches Kulturinstitut official website:
http://www.jki.de/


© 2009 Production I.G/Musashi Production Committee


Mizuho Nishikubo and Mitsuhisa Ishikawa at Japan Expo 2009

June 30, 2009

Production I.G will be hosting a panel at Japan Expo 2009, the Japanese culture-focused French convention held in Paris from July 2 to 5, and celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.

Mizuho Nishikubo, director of Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai and Mitsuhisa Ishikawa, President & CEO of Production I.G, will be attending as guests.

Come see sneak previews of Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai and Production I.G latest line-up, Tales of Vesperia and Oblivion Island!

Event: Japan Expo 2008
Panel: Musashi / Production I.G Panel
Guests: Mizuho Nishikubo and Mitsuhisa Ishikawa
Place: Parc d'expositions (Paris-Nord Villepinte), Hall 4, Salle de Conferences
Date: July 3, 2009 (Fri)
Time: 12:00 - 13:00 pm

From 13:30, meet Director Nishikubo and Mitsuhisa Ishikawa for an signing session in Signing Room 2B, with exclusive Musashi Scrolls for the first lucky ones!

For more information:
http://www.japan-expo.com/art-241-en-schedule.html

Japan Expo website:
http://www.japan-expo.com/


© 2009 Production I.G/Musashi Production Committee

© NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc./TOV Project
Original Character Design © KOUSUKE FUJISHIMA

© 2009 Fuji Television Network·Production I.G







Production I.G Panel at Anime Expo 2009

June 30, 2009

Once again, Production I.G will be having a panel at Anime Expo 2009, held at the Long Beach Convention Center, California, USA (June 29-July 2, 2009).

There will be an announcement of new and current titles, screening of clips from various new shows, and lots and lots of great give-aways!

Please come join with your friends!

Event: Anime Expo 2009
Panel: Production I.G Panel
Panelist: Maki Terashima-Furuta (possibly with a special guest!)
Place: Long Beach Convention Center, Live Programming 2
Date: July 5, 2009 (Sun)
Time: 1:00 pm

Anime Expo website:
www.anime-expo.org


Production I.G Panel at Anime Expo 2008

June 27, 2008

Production I.G will be hosting a panel at Anime Expo 2008, this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center (July 2 - July 5, 2008).
Come see sneak previews of The Sky Crawlers, Library War, Real Drive, Phone Braver 7 and much much more!

Event: Anime Expo 2008
Panel: Production I.G Panel
Panelist: Maki Terashima-Furuta
Place: Los Angeles Convention Center, Live Programming 1 (West Hall B)
Date: July 5, 2007 (Sat)
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

For more information:
http://www.anime-expo.org/download/AX2008_Schedule_Day3.pdf

Anime Expo website:
http://www.anime-expo.org


© MH/NI,BWDVYHDYCH



Production I.G at TAF 2008

March 21, 2008

Tokyo International Anime Fair 2008 (TAF 2008), held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 27 to 30, is just around the corner. This year, Production I.G will be attending together with animation studio Xebec and publishing company MAG Garden, I.G's sister companies within the IG Port group. This year we will focus on our up-coming Spring line-up, that including Kazuhiro Furuhashi's Real Drive, Takayuki Hamana's Library War, Tsutomu Mizushima's xxxHOLiC 2... and more!

Event: TAF 2008
Place: Tokyo Big Sight, East Exhibition Halls 1, 2 and 3
Production I.G Booth: F-04
Dates: March 27-30, 2008 (March 27 and 28 are business days)
Time: 10:00-18:00

TAF 2007 Official Site English Page:
http://www.tokyoanime.jp/en/


© Production I.G/Shirow Masamune
© 2008 DNDP, VAP, Production I.G
© Hiro Arikawa·Mediaworks/Library War Production Comittee
© CLAMP·KODANSHA/Ayakashi Workshop









Tokyo Marble Chocolate and Ghost Hound screening at 20th TIFF

September 28, 2007

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Production I.G presents its latest works on the prestigious stage of the 20th Tokyo International Film Festival, to be held in Tokyo from 20 to 28 October, 2007. This Production I.G 20th Anniversary Project Screening, as part of the animecs TIFF 2007 section, will feature the world premiere of Tokyo Marble Chocolate, directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani, and the initial 3 episodes of the most anticipated TV series Ghost Hound, directed by Ryutaro Nakamura. Ghost Hound, a new collaboration between I.G and Shirow Masamune, is also I.G's 20th Anniversary Project.

The Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) has been held yearly since 1985 with the official endorsement of International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF). This year will mark the event's 20th edition. As one of the world's twelve largest international film festivals and Japan's only officially approved international film festival, TIFF has had a major influence on Japan's film industry and culture.

animecs TIFF 2007 focuses on leading creators, both individuals and production companies, in the animation industry in Japan.

Screening schedule:

Tokyo Marble Chocolate
Date: October 27, 2007 (Thur)
Time: 13:00
Place: Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills Screen2

Ghost Hound
Date:
October 27, 2007 (Thur)
Time: 15:30
Place: Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills Screen2

The screenings are in original Japanese language without subtitles.

For tickets and further information, please check the TIFF official website:
http://www.tiff-jp.net/en/


© 2007 Production I.G / Project Tokyo Marble Chocolate
© 2007 Production I.G · Shirow Masamune / GHOST HOUND Production Committee








Production I.G Panel at Anime Expo 2007

June 8, 2007

As every year, Production I.G will be hosting a panel at Anime Expo 2007 at the Long Beach Convention Center, California, USA (June 29-July 2, 2007). We'll screen the latest shorts from I.G, or Maaya Sakamoto's music clip Universe and Kazuto Nakazawa's Asience: Hairy Tales... and more!

Event: Anime Expo 2007
Panel: Production I.G Panel
Panelist: Maki Terashima-Furuta
Place: Long Beach Convention Center, Live Programming 2 (LBCC 104A, 500 seats)
Date: July 1, 2007 (Sun)
Time: 3:30 pm - 4:20 pm

Anime Expo website:
www.anime-expo.org


© Gekidan INU Curry · Production I.G / Victor Entertainment
© 1994-2007 KAO CORPORATION. All Rights Reserved.




Mitsuhisa Ishikawa guest at the Smithsonian Institution

April 6, 2007

Following the screening of Mamoru Oshii's movie Tachigui: The Amazing Lives of the Fast Food Grifters on April 14 at the Cherry Blossom Anime Marathon, the Smithsonian Institution-owned Frees Gallery of Art will welcome Mitsuhisa Ishikawa, President & CEO of Production I.G, as special guest in a panel discussion entitled Manga to Anime: From Astro Boy to Spirited Away, scheduled on April 21, 2007. Focusing on manga and anime, two of Japan's biggest cultural emissaries, and the effect these popcultural creations have on American markets and trends, the discussion will be hosting other leading experts and industry veterans in the field of anime and manga, such as Michael Uslan (Batman series producer and creative chief officer), Ryuhei Kitamura (director of Versus and Azumi), Kazuhiko Kato a.k.a. Monkey Punch (the acclaimed creator of Lupin III) and Lotus representative Hiroshi Koizumi.

Schedule
Date: April 21, 2007 (Sat)
Time: 10:00 am
Place: Meyer Auditorium, Freer Gallery, 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC

For further information regarding schedule, ticketing and admission fees, please refer to the Smithsonian Institution official home page:
http://residentassociates.org/ticketing/index.aspx



Production I.G at TAF 2007

March 16, 2007

Tokyo International Anime Fair 2007 (TAF 2007), held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 22 to 25, is rapidly approaching. Production I.G will be attending the event as usual presenting its latest works.
This year's program will focus on Kenji Kamiyama's most anticipated new TV series, Guardian of the Sacred Spirit (original title: Seirei no Moribito), a high-quality Asian fantasy to be aired on NHK-BS2 starting from April 7. We will also feature Reideen, Mitsuru Hongo's new directorial effort after IGPX, a series that is offering a revolutionary visual approach to 3D animation. The series is currently airing on WOWOW. We'll dedicate a corner to Sisters of Wellber, the new TV series directed by The Prince of Tennis-famed Takayuki Hamana and I.G's first collaboration with Avex Entertainment, starting April 8 on MX TV. Needless to say, new titles will be unveiled at TAF, and you'll find more about Maaya Sakamoto's new music clip Universe.

As usual, the exhibition section will feature character settings, key frames and other special items directly from I.G's vaults.

Event: TAF 2007
Place: Tokyo Big Sight, East Exhibition Halls 1, 2 and 3
Production I.G Booth: B-02
Dates: March 22-25, 2007 (March 22 and 23 are business days)
Time: 10:00-18:00

TAF 2007 Official Site English Page:
http://www.tokyoanime.jp/en/

© Nahoko UEHASHI/KAISEI-SHA/Guardian of the Sacred Spirit Committee
© 2007 TOHOKUSHINSHA · Production I.G
© AVEX ENTERTAINMENT INC. · Production I.G, Inc.









Production I.G Featured at the 11th HAFF


October 20, 2006

The forthcoming 11th Holland Animation Film Festival (HAFF), one of the world's most respected animation film festivals, will dedicate a special showcase to Production I.G. Along with the Dutch premiere of Mamoru Oshii's Tachigui: The Amazing Lives of the Fast Food Grifters, and the screenings of Ghost in the Shell (1995), Innocence (2004) and Kill Bill: Vol.1 (2003), the festival features a special program that will be focusing on some of I.G's less known aspects, such as promo videos and commercial films. For this reason, the program has been entitled "Production I.G in Detail". Fans of more "traditional" yet state-of-the-art animation should not miss the screening of the full first episode of Le Chevalier D'Eon, Kazuhito Furuhashi's gothic mystery TV series currently aired in Japan on WOWOW.

Some titles have also been selected for the HAFF's competitive sections, being another opportunity to watch "unusual" I.G's works: Milène Farmer's acclaimed video clip Peut-être toi, Katsuhito Ishii's commercial films for Kirin Beverages, and two of our best TV opening films: Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. 2nd Gig (made for Japan's domestic terrestrial broadcasting) and the third opening from Blood+, definitely a little masterpiece of hybris figurative styles, directed by one of I.G's most promising young animators, Naoyoshi Shiotani.

Furthermore, Mitsuhisa Ishikawa, President & CEO of Production I.G will be attending the event as member of the jury for the International Short Independent Films Section.


WORKS SELECTED IN COMPETITION

Peut-être toi (4'22", 2006)
Profile: Naoko Kusumi - Kusumi has a long career at studio Madhouse, where she worked as assistant director in world-famous classics such as Rintaro's Kamui no Ken (The Blade of the Kamui, 1985) and Yoshiaki Kawajiri's Yoju Toshi (Demon Beast City, 1987). She assisted Rintaro again in Metropolis (2001), and in 2004 she worked as 3D sequence director for Mamoru Oshii's Innocence. Peut-être toi (Maybe It's You, 2006) is the fifth video clip from the 2005 double-platinum album Avant que l'ombre... by French music diva Milène Farmer. For this clip, a joint-collaboration between Production I.G and Geneon Entertainment (USA), Kusumi teamed again with the top creators that made Innocence, such as character designer/animation director Kazuchika Kise (Otogi Zoshi) and background artist Shuichi Hirata (xxxHOLiC - A Midsummer Night's Dream).
Artist: Milène Farmer Song Title: Peut-être toi Director: Naoko Kusumi
© Stuffed Monkey 2006



Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C 2nd Gig Opening Film - Terrestrial Version (1'30", 2005)
Profile: A.T. - Real name: Takeshi Asai. Born in Tokyo on August 8, 1970. Freelancer since 1988, he directed commercial films for Sony, Honda, Nissan, Coca-Cola and NEC, as well as several music videos. The Opening Film for the TV series Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C 2nd Gig was produced in 2005 for the terrestrial broadcasting of the series (originally distributed exclusively through PPV with a different opening film in 2004).
Director: A.T. CG: Masato Endo (finitto Inc.), Sora Matsumoto Editing: Kazumasa Shibata, Maya Watanabe (IMAGICA) Song: "Christmas in the Silent Night" Music: Yoko Kanno
© Shirow Masamune·Production I.G/KODANSHA



Blood+ Opening Film Ver. 3 (1'30", 2006)
Profile: Naoyoshi Shiotani - Born in in 1977, he's one of Production I.G's most promising young creators. His main works include Windy Tales (2004, TV series, animation supervisor), Blood+ (2006, TV series, animation supervisor), Dead Leaves (2004, movie, inbetween checker) and served as key animator in a number of I.G works, such as Otogi Zoshi (TV series, 2004), The Prince of Tennis - Two Samurai: The First Game (movie, 2005), Tsubasa Chronicle - The Princess of the Birdcage Land (movie, 2005). Colors of the Heart is the third opening from the TV series Blood+ directed by Junichi Fujisaku, and has been used from episode 26 (air date: April 8, 2006).
Director/Storyboard/Animation Supervisor: Naoyoshi Shiotani Song: "Colors of the Heart" Music: UVERworld
© 2005 Production I.G · Aniplex · MBS · HAKUHODO



Kirin Lemon 77: Enter the Seven Sevens (0'30", 2005)
Product: Kirin Lemon 77 Director/Character Concept: Katsuhito Ishii Character Design/Key Animation Supervisor: Satoru Nakamura Client: Kirin Beverage Corporation
© 1997-2007 Kirin Beverage Company. All Rights Reserved.

Kirin Lemon Black: Monster Blacks Fights Back (0'30", 2005)
Product: Kirin Lemon Black Director: Katsuhito Ishii Sequence Director / Animation Director: Kazuto Nakazawa
Character Design: Satoru Nakamura Client: Kirin Beverage Corporation
© 1997-2007 Kirin Beverage Company. All Rights Reserved.

Profile: Katsuhito Ishii - Born in 1966, Ishii started out as a TV commercial director, but later he successfully turned to full length live action films such as Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl (1998) and The Taste of Tea (2004). He often worked in the world of animation, his credits including the character design for Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Vol. 1 animation segment (2003). Kirin Lemon 77: Enter the Seven Sevens and Kirin Lemon Black: Monster Blacks Fights Back are the two commercial films he directed for Kirin Beverage in the 77th anniversary campaign of the popular Kirin Lemon sparkling drink. For Kirin Lemon Black, Ishii teamed up again with Kazuto Nakazawa, director of Kill Bill: Vol. 1 animation part.


Special Program: PRODUCTION I.G IN DETAIL

Production I.G Promo Reel (3'30", 2003)
Junichi Uematsu, the film editor behind Innocence, IGPX and Dead Leaves, cleverly shuffled some of the most edgy sequences picked-up from I.G's vast library of works to produce this high-speed promo reel

Oval x Over (9'00", 2005)
The dual masterminds behind the outrageous anime Dead Leaves - director Hiroyuki Imaishi and illustrator Imaitoonz - have teamed up once again, to create this promotional animation for the Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 Mile Race. The narrative style itself is a clear parody of the sports anime classics of the '70s.
© 2005 Imaitoonz/Production I.G



UIA 2011 Tokyo En - Kaleidoscope Showcase (3'38", 2005)
The Japan Institute of Architects (JIA) chose to showcase Tokyo in a more futuristic light and in quite a novel way for its international audience of professional architects at the 22nd congress of the International Union of Architects (UIA). The video, directed by Emi Kurata, is a unique mix of scenes from Innocence, Otogi Zoshi, live footage from Mamoru Oshii's HD documentary Tokyo Scanner and Mori Building's archive footage. The music score is by Kenji Kawai.
© IG/VAP/NTV



HAL Institute of Computer Technology (0'15", 2005)
World-famous mechanical designer Atsushi Takeuchi (Ghost in the Shell, IGPX) combined fully computer-generated animation and live action footage for this commercial film featuring a robot and a bionic moth.
© Taiyo Kikaku



Kill Bill: Vol. 1 Animation Segment (15'00", 2003)
The animation segment in Quentin Tarantino's world-hit Kill Bill: Vol. 1 depicts O-Ren's harsh childhood and her transformation into a cold-blooded killer. Directed by Kazuto Nakazawa, with character design by Sho-u Tajima and Katsuhito Ishii.
© 2003 Miramax Film Corp, All Rights Reserved.



Tough Guy! (8'03", 2005)
An aggressive and martial arts-devoted mantis kicks cans and hunts down cicadas, bringing havoc into the life of a couple of humans. This personal opus by Shintaro Kishimoto, now steady collaborator of Production I.G's 3D crew, won the prestigious Ofuji Award in 2005.
© Shintaro Kishimoto



Carnival Segment (excerpt from Innocence, 2'53", 2004)
One of the most representative sequences from Mamoru Oshii's masterpiece Innocence (2004), the so-called Carnival Segment was also screened at Siggraph 2004 Electronic Theater. Visually inspired by a Taiwanese festival dedicated to the sea goddess Mazu, it can be considered one of art director Shuichi Hirata's most remarkable creative achievements.
© 2004 Shirow Masamune/KODANSHA·IG, ITNDDTD



Le Chevalier D'Eon - Recit 1: D'Eon et Lia (26'03", 2006)
The latest TV series in Production I.G's lineup, Le Chevalier D'Eon is a high profile gothic mystery directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi (Get Backers, Rurouni Kenshin) and written by Science Fiction Grand Prize-winner novelist Tow Ubukata (Mardock Scramble).
Paris, XVIII century. D'Eon de Beaumont, member of the secret police, is investigating a series of murders of young women, including his sister Lia. But as he goes after the case, a history of taboos opens its door...
© Tow Ubukata·Production I.G/Project Chevalier 2006



Dutch Premiere: Tachigui: The Amazing Lives of the Fast Food Grifters (IO4', 2OO6)
Mamoru Oshii's satirical mockumentary features a cutting edge new visual experience called 'superlivemation'. "I started out as an animation director, and later took up live-action movies as well", Oshii explains. "This technique is innovative, since it more or less eliminates any discontents I had for either of the other methods".
© 2006 MAMORU OSHII, Production I.G / TACHIGUISHI RETSUDEN Committee



SCREENING SCHEDULE AT HAFF 2006
TITLE / PROGRAMDATETIMEPLACE
Competition Applied Animation I (Ghost in the Shell: 2nd Gig OP, Blood+ OP Ver. 3, Mylene Farmer's Peut-etre toi)Nov 2 (Thur)10:30Kikker
Nov 5 (Sun)12:30Hoogt II
Competition Applied Animation II
(Kirin Lemon 77, Kirin Lemon Black)
Nov 2 (Thur)16:30Kikker
Nov 5 (Sun)14:30Hoogt III
Production I.G in Detail (69')
(New Directions: Japan - Imaginative Power section)
Nov 2 (Thur)12:30Kikker
Nov 3 (Fri)22:15Kikker
Nov 5 (Sun)14:30Studio
Ghost in the Shell
(Mamoru Oshii, 80', 1995)
Nov 2 (Thur)22:15Camera
Nov 4 (Sat)20:30Camera
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence
(Mamoru Oshii, 100', 2004)
Nov 4 (Sat)22:15Camera
Nov 5 (Sun)14:30Hoogt I
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (Quentin Tarantino, 111', 2003)Nov 3 (Fri)22:30Camera
Tachigui: The Amazing Lives of the Fast Food Grifters
(Mamoru Oshii, 104', 2006)
Nov 3 (Fri)20:30Camera
Nov 5 (Sun)18:45Camera

Screening schedule may change. Please refer to HAFF official website: http://haff.awn.com

The Holland Animation Film Festival (HAFF) is an internationally recognized animation festival and offers a unique, state-of-the-art selection of animated films for a diverse public. The intimate environment guarantees a great opportunity for the interested public, filmmakers and producers. Its 11th edition will be held in Utrecht from November 1 to 5, 2006.

For more info please visit HAFF official website:
http://haff.awn.com


Report from San Diego Comic Convention 2006

Hi, everybody! I feel like such a flake for not doing what I had intended and promised to do for all you who came to my panel at AX 2006. Yes, that's right! I was supposed to do another Production I.G panel there. I'm deeply sorry about it, but I promise I will do one next year.

Though we left early enough to arrive at the destination in the morning, the hideous traffic made it ultimately impossible. Then, once we got to the convention center, we saw absolutely no parking lots without a 'FULL' sign in the entrance. We made several U-turns and finally parked at the Hyatt. They should've just dropped me off at the convention center so that I could get in the hideously long registration line to pick up the badges, but the 'slow' driver didn't know any better. Turns out that it's the hottest day of the year in California, and the temperature in supposedly-cool-and-breezy San Diego had hit a shocking 105F! Another good reason that they should've dropped me off at the door...


San Diego Comic Convention 2006

Even before we picked up our badges, I was already worn out from the heat and over populated atmosphere. I meant to make a positive first impression to my new client from Japan whom I was supposed to meet at 2pm, but then my dress looked like I had just been pushed into the pool, my make-up was nearly gone from the sweat, and my face was like a palette of different color paints from the insane heat, exhaustion, motion-sickness, hunger, and thirst, not to mention an enormous zit on my cheek from lack of sleep. Yet, in order to encourage them to like me in spite of my not-so-enticing visual, I offered them to be in front of the camera with for a local TV interview, whether that helped at all or not.

Since I didn't do a panel this year, this report is going to be a bit hollow, but please at least allow me to put up the photos I took inside the Dealer's Room.




Dealer's Room

Oh look, the new Canti figures from FLCL! They have blue and red. How classic!


Canti Figures

Right on, guys! You'll need a lot of those in order to buy a Canti figure. It's good stuff!


Fans withdrawing money from the ATM

And here's a distinguished poster of our latest show xxxHOLiC! I hope it does as well just as it's doing in Japan!


xxxHOLiC poster at the FUNimation booth

After that, I had not even a second to breathe as I had to meet with 4 more clients in 2 hours all in different places! It was already 6pm when I got through with my last client. I phoned and reconnected with the friends I carpooled with (who seemed to have had way more fun than I did) and we all left the convention center. The minute I walked out, the burning heat, fatigue, thirst, and hunger had all hit me simultaneously! I realized then that I hadn't had anything to eat or drink for more than 10 hours! My friends thought I was going to pass out, so they immediately drove me to a place to eat, which incidentally turned out to be one of the best Chinese restaurants in San Diego! Boy, we all ate like pigs! One of our friends ate over 7 bowls of steam rice! You go boy!

The 405 traffic going home was much better than this morning as it was already past 10pm when we left San Diego. It was an extremely long day, but I was glad that I went and spoke with all my precious clients (for future business opportunities), and most of all just to hang out with my irreplaceable business buddies who generously let me ride in with them!

(Maki Terashima-Furuta, IG-USA)


Report from Japan Society: Innovators Project

On June 14, 2006, Mitsuhisa Ishikawa was invited as one of the 20 guests, to the U.S. - Japan Innovators Project hosted by the Japan Society. The objective of this event was to bring together the social, political and economic innovators from Japan and the US to share opinions and ideas to help make the world a better place. Some of the guests involved the former senior executive from Hewlett Packard, current vice president of IBM, founder of Craig's List, journalist from the New York Times, executive from Google, and such, who are all highly recognized as what I classify as "elites," and "geniuses."




(Group of innovators introducing and exchanging ideas)


After brief introductions, the innovators were called to the front to be each given two canvas boards with different colors of markers. They were to draw what they considered as "hope" and "fear." Ishikawa was taken aback by this exercise. Jumping into a room with completely different group of people as he normally hangs out with, was already a challenge, but having given invitations to speak or comment to unknown topics, almost made him nauscious! Now what is he going to draw on these two boards?




(Ishikawa drawing what he considers "hope" on the canvas.)


As I walked around the room to peek at other innovators' works, I was impressed by their insights and concerns about the world. At least for me, many of these social and global problems were something beyond my reach, but to these innovators, these challenges co-existed with their daily lives, just as "anime" and "udon" did for Ishikawa.

While listening to the interesting and passionate presentations of many different innovators, I saw the limits to my knowledge and translation capabilities, and had to ask the professional translators for help. The topics and contents in discussion were way beyond my academic level to thoroughly comprehend in neither English nor Japanese, although they were all so interesting and educational!




(Maki struggling to translate for Ishikawa)


It seemed at first that Ishikawa wasn't really getting the idea of the whole event, but as he spent more time with the innovators and listened to their intuitions, he started to open up and share his own ideas about how communities and societies could be improved. Soon after, many people started to come around his table, wanting to speak with him.




(Ishikawa speaking with the innovators)


Then, it was his time to do the presentation. He mainly talked about his childhood, and how he became what he is right now. Amongst all innovators who had serious topics to present, Ishikawa's 7-minute presentation was very funny and entertaining with video clips that he had prepared in Japan. I felt that this was the first time that the whole crowd had broken into a big laughter. Ishikawa is not only an entrepreneur, but a true entertainer!




(Ishikawa giving his 7-min presentation)




(Ishikawa showing his drawing to answer questions)

So, the interesting retreat has come to an end, where the innovators talk about who should be the leader of this group, and what Japan Society can do with them to make the world a better place. I thought to myself that since there were so many creative and innovative entrepreneurs perfect to face the new challenges, it would really be a hard call. While they were optimistic and adventurous, they were also very humble. They seemed too reserved and modest to either volunteer as or select one. Just then, the Ritsumeikan University professor raised his hand and spoke slowly and firmly. He said that he couldn't think of anybody else but Ishikawa to be the next bridge to connect the two countries. Anime is the hottest content right now, and through this industry, Japan Society should be able to create something innovative to send the message to help make world a better place. What an honor! Whether or not this brilliant idea was thought out is still unknown, but the fact that we were able to participate in this amazing retreat, and Ishikawa got everybody's attention, will become a big asset for us in the future!
Report by Maki Terashima-Furuta (Production I.G USA)
Photos: Courtesy of Japan Society and Stone Yamashita Partners


Production I.G Screening Line-up at Anime Expo 2006

June 28, 2006
Production I.G will present promotional screenings of its latest titles on July 2 at Anime Expo 2006 (USA).
The line-up will include the following promo videos:

* Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. - Solid State Society
The most awaited new chapter of the GITS: SAC saga!
More info coming soon on this website!

* Tachigui: The Amazing Lives of the Fast Food Grifter
From the genius of Mamoru Oshii, the trailer of one of the most amazing movie ever!

* Le Chevalier D'Eon
The English subtitled promo video (screened at Cannes) from the gothic mystery series directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, starting in Japan from August 19 on WOWOW.

* xxxHOLiC
The beautiful opening sequence from the TV series currently on air in Japan and based on CLAMP's popular manga.

* Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit (non-official English title)
The new series directed by Kenji Kamiyama, scheduled in Japan from Spring 2007 on NHK.


Event: Anime Expo 2006
Panel: Production I.G Panel
Panelist: Maki Terashima-Furuta
Place: Live Programming 3
Date: July 2, 2006
Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Agenda: Announcements of new and existing titles, promotional screenings, give-aways, etc.

Anime Expo website:
www.anime-expo.org

© Shirow Masamune - Production I.G/KODANSHA
© 2006 MAMORU OSHII, Production I.G / TACHIGUISHI RETSUDEN Committee
© Tow Ubukata·Production I.G/Project Chevalier 2006

Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. - Solid State Society
Le Chevalier D'Eon
The Amazing Lives of the Fast Food Grifter


New GITS: SAC - SSS Trailer Premiering at TAF 2006!

sss logo
March 17, 2006
Production I.G is pleased to announce Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society, the long awaited new chapter of the GITS saga.
The world premiere screening of the first trailer will take place during TAF 2006 at Production I.G booth D-02.

Event: TAF 2006
Place: Tokyo Big Sight, East Exhibition Hall 1, 2, 3
Production I.G Booth: D-02
Date: March 23-26 (March 23 and 24 are business days)
Time: 10:00-18:00

TAF 2006 Official Site English Page:
http://www.taf.metro.tokyo.jp/en/index.html



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