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13 November 2010

TeaserTrailer For Hoshi o Ou Kodomo: Children who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below

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We love our animation and Japanese anime especially at Cinehouse (& The Peoples Movies), we may not be right up to date but we love to show you guys some of the anime catching our eye at the moment. One of those anime is Hoshi o Ou Kodomo: Children who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below and thanks to Yahoo Japan you can check the first teaser trailer above.

The film centers on Asuna, a girl who spends her solitary days listening to the mysterious music emanating from the crystal radio she received from her father as a memento. However, she embarks on a journey of adventure to meet a boy again, and thus comes to know the cruelty and beauty of the world, as well as loss.




The anime willbe out on theatrical release in Japan in May 2011

7 February 2014

Hayao Miyazaki's The Wind Rises Gets A UK Cinema Release Date

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 After months of speculation on when Hayao Miyazaki's The Wind Rises will finally arrive in the UK.Today via their Twitter account StudioCanal put British anime fans minds at rest , the anime maestro's Swansong will arrive in UK cinemas on 9th May.

Here's the  the tweet which also gives you a chance to win a steelbook edition of one of the many classic Studio Ghibli blurays they have on offer...



It's been a long frustrating year for fans even critics here in UK since it's release in Japan Summer 2013 it's made it's  way slowly around the world's film festival circuit surprisingly not London Film Festival. Now the date has been set for the arrival of the film  we can finally look forward to some vintage Studio Ghibli most of all

The Wind Rises is inspired by Miyazaki's own personal dreams, the film centres around Jiro a young man inspired to become a aeronautical engineer. The Wind Rises is  the epic tale of love, perseverance, and the challenges of living and making choices in a turbulent world.The film is set in the first half of the 20th Century and will chronicle major events of his life from falling in love right upto Japan entering World War 2 a pivotal event in Jiro's career.

If you missed the  trailer here's another chance to watch it...



The Wind Rises will more likely be released in UK dubbed with Joseph Gordon-Levitt lending his voice to play adult Jiro along with Emily Blunt, Elijah Wood, Many Patinkin, Stanley Tucci, Martin Short, William H Macy even Werner Herzog all lend their voices to the film. Anime fans mark 9th May in your diaries however if you can't wait that long, This Sunday 9th February you can catch the UK premier at Glasgow Youth Film Festival (click on link to book/more info).
source: Yahoo UK

29 December 2013

Watch New Promo Trailer For School Anime Seitokai Yakuindomo Season 2

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One anime which is so popular even this side of the world is school anime or slice of life and Seitokai Yakuindomo will go down well, this afternoon we get a look a the TV shows new season 2 promo trailer.

Based on Tozen Ujiie's manga Seitokai Yakuindomo centres around Ōsai Academy, a former all girls private high school which has recently been integrated with the local boys school. The student council body is split between 524 girls and 28 boys,Takatoshi Tsuda is pushed into becoming the vice president of the student council, a council made up of only girls.



Seitokai Yakuindomo will premier on Tokyo MX TV on 4th January.

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11 October 2010

LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Line Up Annouced

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Over the weekend 24th International Film Festival of Leeds annouced its line up for this years festival which will happen in November from 4th – 21st.


The festival is split up into 5 programmes: Cherry Kino which focuses on the contemporary experimental movies, Cinema Versa which delves into the world of documentaries , presenting the Human Rights & Underground Voices profiles an extraordinary series of radical ideas and maverick stylists. Fanomenon offers a fantastic selection of great movies from around the world as well a great selection of Japanese Anime but you cant forget the festival annual Night of the Dead X celebrating its 10th anniversary along with Day Of the Dead probably Leeds version of Frightfest with day and night versions. Official Selection offering a wide selection of UK Premieres from around the world all fighting for the festivals Golden Owl award and finally theres the Short Film City the festivals short film programme.

The opening movie will be THE KINGS SPEECH directed by Tom Hooper (Dammed United) stars Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, Geoffray Rush, Guy Pearce and Michael Gambon. The movie is based on a true story about Prince Albert(Colin Firth) the Queens Father in his struggle to get rid of his stammer and he engages a friendship with Lionel Logue (Geoffray Rush) who helps him find his voice and guide the nation through troubled times. The movie had its world premiere at Toronto winning the peoples choice and what fitting place to show the movie in Leeds where the movie was partly filmed.

Some of the highlights of the festival are Mark Romanek‘s NEVER LET ME GO, aslo Aussie hit thriller ANIMAL KINGDOM, Palm D’OR winner UNCLE BOONMEE WHO CAN RECALL PAST LIVES, Pissed off Santa in RARE EXPORTS, METROPOLIS and RED, WHITE AND BLUE. I’m also angry with my self that I missed a chance in Glasgow to catch a screening of the Anime REDLINE which will be screened in Leeds as part of the Anime all dayer which runs in conjunction with the Comic Bubble comic convention which happens in the city at the same time.


The festival’s tickets will cost £80 for a single pass or £140 for two people giving you access to the whole event. The Night (& Day) of the dead festival pass costs £30/£25 (concessions) with a joint pass costing £50(£30 concessions). As ever the tickets for the movies will be bought up quickly so if your interested in going its best to get in fast to avoid dissapointment, for full details on how and where to book go to the festivals tickets page.

http://www.leedsfilm.com/

19 August 2010

Teaser Trailer For Live Action Version of Ashita No Joe

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When your going to bring a classic story as in classic Manga/Anime to the big screen its good to pick a classic sometime and Fumhiko Sori has done that with Tetsuya Chiba & Asao Takamori’s classic boxing manga Ashita no Joe (Tomorrow’s Joe).
With the poser of the internet I have been able to watch some of the classic anime's online as I am a massive fan of old school retro Japanese animation. Dont get me wrong I do love current anime but there just an essence piece of magic connected with classic animation that you just cant put words to but you know you love it.
The story focuses on the story of Joe Yabuki a troubled young man and he meets Dampei Tange who teaches Joe the art of boxing. During a stint in prison Joe meets a boxing prodigy Toru Rikiishi whom a respectful but fierce rivalary develops and their battles inspire other inmates to take up boxing resulting in various battles  of whom are all of different skill levels and weakness.
The movie stars Tomohisa Yamashita (joe), Teruyuki Kagawa (Dampei) and Yûsuke Iseya (Toru) with Toho releasing the movie in Japan and the movie set to be released in Japan in Febraury 2011.
Check the teaser trailer after the break...