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The House of the Lost on the Cape Anime Film Wins at 76th Mainichi Film Awards

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The Home of the Misplaced on the Cape Anime Movie Wins at 76th Mainichi Movie Awards

The Mainichi Shimbun newspaper introduced the winners for the 76th Annual Mainichi Movie Awards on Thursday. The Home of the Misplaced on the Cape, david manufacturing‘s anime movie of Sachiko Kashiwaba‘s Misaki no Mayoiga novel received this 12 months’s Finest Animation Movie award. The “Pukkulapottas and Hours within the Forest” stop-motion animated movie received the Noburou Oofuji Award, which honors animated works that supply new types of artistic expression.

This 12 months’s awards ceremony will likely be held on February 15 on the Meguro Persimmon Corridor in Tokyo.

The Mainichi Shimbun launched the Noburou Oofuji Award in 1962, and it’s Japan’s oldest ongoing animation award. The newspaper then launched the Animation Movie Award in 1989.

Earlier winners of the Animation Movie Award embrace:

  • 2021 – On the lookout for Magical DoReMi
  • 2020 – Ayumu Watanabe‘s Youngsters of the Sea
  • 2019 – Okko’s Inn
  • 2018 – Advanced x Advanced
  • 2017 – your title.
  • 2016 – Miss Hokusai
  • 2015 – Giovanni’s Island
  • 2014 – The Story of the Princess Kaguya
  • 2013 – Wolf Youngsters
  • 2012 – Hotarubi no Mori e
  • 2011 – Colourful
  • 2010 – Summer season Wars
  • 2009 – Sky Crawlers

Earlier winners of the Noburou Oofuji Award embrace:

  • 2021 – Kenji Iwaisawa‘s ON-GAKU: Our Sound
  • 2020 – Masanao Kawajiri‘s A Japanese Boy Who Attracts
  • 2019 – Naoko Yamada‘s Liz and the Blue Chook
  • 2018 – Masaaki Yuasa‘s Lu over the wall
  • 2017 – Sunao Katabuchi‘s In This Nook of the World
  • 2016 – Ryo Orikasa’s “Suijun Genten” clay-animated quick
  • 2015 – Onohana’s “Yodomi no Sawagi” (“Loopy Little Factor”) anime quick
  • 2014 – Akira Oda‘s “Umi ni Ochita Tsuki no Hanashi” (“The moon that fell into the ocean”) anime quick
  • 2013 – Katsuhiro Otomo‘s “Flamable” animated quick
  • 2012 – Isamu Hirabayashi‘s “663114” anime quick
  • 2011 – No award given
  • 2010 – Hideto Nakata and Sovat Theater’s “Denshin-Bashira Elemi no Koi” stop-motion animation movie
  • 2009 – Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli‘s Ponyo anime movie

Supply: Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Net