In the latest announcement, the organizers of “Tokyo International Film Festival 2022” have announced the works that will be screened in the event.
In the latest announcement, the organizers of “Tokyo International Film Festival 2022” have announced the works that will be screened during the event.
The 35th Tokyo International Film Festival held a press conference on September 21 at the Hibiya Mitsui Hall in Tokyo to announce the works that will be screened during the upcoming event. This year’s event will be held from October 24 to November 2, 2022, at theaters and halls in the Hibiya, Yuraku-cho, Marunouchi and Ginza areas of Tokyo.
In addition to the three main works selected, four Japanese animated films will be shown in a flashback titled “Animation and Tokyo,” and show how the city of Tokyo is depicted in the works. anime. Anime critic Ryota Fujitsu serves as an advisor for the upcoming event. He will also run two conference events titled: “Creating a World with Animation” and “Animation and Tokyo.”
Selected films of “Japanese Animation” (Japanese animation):
“Drifting Home” (2022 / Director: Hiroyasu Ishida)
Drifting Home is a 2022 Japanese animated film co-written and directed by Hiroyasu Ishida. Produced by Studio Colorido, the film was released simultaneously in Japanese theaters and on Netflix on September 16, 2022.
“The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes” (2022 / Director: Tomohisa Taguchi)
The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes is a Japanese light novel written by Mei Hachimoku and illustrated by Kukka, published by Shogakukan under its Gagaga Bunko imprint in July 2019. The manga version titled The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbye: Ultramarine is illustrated by Koudon and began serialization in the seinen manga magazine Monthly Sunday Gene-X in July 2020. An animated film adaptation by CLAP premiered in September 2022.
“Break of Dawn” (2022 / Director: Tomoyuki Kurokawa)
Break of Dawn is a Japanese manga series written by Tetsuya Imai. The work was serialized in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine from January to October 2011, its chapters were compiled into two volumes. An animated film adaptation by Zero-G will premiere in Japan in October 2022.
In addition, we also have a Retrospective “Animation and Tokyo” with works such as:
“Harmagedon” (1983 / Director: Rintaro) “MEGAZONE 23” (1985 / Director: Noboru Ishiguro) “PATLABOR2 the Movie” (1993 / Mamoru Oshii) “Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale-” (2017 / Tomohiko) Ito)
In addition, 12 select episodes of Tsuburaya Productions’ classic Tokusatsu television series, Ultra Seven, will be shown in 4K on the occasion of its 55th anniversary. Four episodes were selected, divided into three themes – “communication”, “tokusatsu (special effects)” and “heroes”.
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