Tokyo Int’l Movie Fest to Display Inu-Oh, Don Glees, Hula Fulla Dance, Nikuko Anime
The Tokyo Worldwide Movie Competition (TIFF) introduced on Tuesday that its Japanese Animation part will display screen the Japanese premiere of Masaaki Yuasa‘s INU-OH, the world premiere of Atsuko Ishizuka‘s Goodbye, Don Glees!, Seiji Mizushima‘s Hula Fulla Dance (earlier than its December 3 broad launch), and Ayumu Watanabe‘s Fortune Favors Woman Nikuko. The lineup of movies intensify one of many part’s themes of “Seeing 2021 Via the Foremost Character.”
Hyouhyou: Haikei, Otsuka Yasuo-sama, a documentary on animator Yasuo Otsuka who handed away this 12 months, may even play as a part of a retrospective on Otsuka. The retrospective additionally contains Isao Takahata‘s Chie the Brat: Downtown Story and Yūgo Serikawa‘s The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon.
The pageant will display screen Kamen Rider Double the Film Endlessly A to Z / The Gaia Reminiscences of Destiny, Masked Rider vs. Shocker, Masked Rider vs. The Ambassador from Hell, Masked Rider V3 vs. Destron, Masked Rider BLACK Hurry to Onigashima, and Masked Rider Decade the Film: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker to have fun the fiftieth anniversary of the Kamen Rider franchise.
The thirty fourth annual pageant can be held from October 30 via November 8. The pageant will host a hybrid of bodily screenings and on-line occasions this 12 months, much like final 12 months. The tie-in TIFFCOM Market for Movie and TV in Asia will host its annual outing on-line on November 1-3. The pageant workers stated, “With the continued challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are going to proceed to observe the worldwide well being state of affairs as TIFF and TIFFCOM strengthen their collaborative efforts to carry profitable occasions.”
The thirty third annual Tokyo Worldwide Movie Competition final 12 months screened the Josee, The Tiger and the Fish and In search of Magical DoReMi movies. The occasion was held from late October to November at EX Theater Roppongi and different Tokyo theaters.
Supply: Tokyo Worldwide Movie Competition’s press convention, web site