Death Note by UKAnifest


Hi Civilians, 

Its nearly time to see the American premiere of Death Note. Netflix has released details of the film including the release date... August 25! 

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We suggest you obey the rules. Based on the famous Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Death Note follows a high school student who comes across a supernatural notebook, realizing it holds within it a great power; if the owner inscribes someone’s name into it while picturing their face, he or she will die. Intoxicated with his new godlike abilities, the young man begins to kill those he deems unworthy of life." Netflix Originals

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The only thing left to say is view the trailer and comment after and let us know what you think?

It Only Happens in the Movies? Japanese Cinema and Encounters by Aisha Anime

Anime: A Letter to Momo

Anime: A Letter to Momo

Dates: 30 January to 26 March 2015




Wood Job! - read review
The Light Shines Only There
The Handsome Suit
Short Peace
Scattered Clouds
Nobody to Watch Over Me - read review
My Little Sweet Pea - read review 
Carmen from Kawachi
Bolt from the Blue - read review
Blood and Bones - read review 
All About Our House
A Letter to Momo

Carmen from Kwachi

Carmen from Kwachi

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme will provide an exciting programme of films under the narrative framework of ‘encounters’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, from popular contemporary films, classics through to animation, the programme will include titles in which characters experience seemingly unusual meetings, plunge into unexpected circumstances and new environments, as well as collide with different generations, ideals and ideas – asking the question, does it really only happen in the movies?

The season will be opening at the ICA, London on 30 January 2015 before touring to a further 10 venues nationwide (the largest number yet!) until late March 2015. 

- ICA, London
- Watershed, Bristol
- Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT), Belfast
- QUAD, Derby
- mac birmingham, Birmingham
- Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), Dundee
- Filmhouse, Edinburgh
- Showroom Cinema, Sheffield
- Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne
- Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, Cumbria
- Broadway Cinema, Nottingham

They are delighted to announce that acclaimed director Shinobu Yaguchi will visit the UK as part of the season. Yaguchi is best known for his breakthrough hit Waterboys (2001), as well as directing many blockbuster films including Swing Girls! (2004), Happy Flight (2008) and Robo-G (2012). Yaguchi will be attending the screenings of his latest film Wood Job! (2014) at ICA, London, Watershed, Bristol, QUAD, Derby and Showroom Cinema, Sheffield and participating in a Q&A (dates TBC).

For a chance of winning pair of tickets to a screening of your choice at each venue, please visit the JPF News Page and answer our (tough!) question about this year’s programme…

~Aisha Anime~

Wood Job!

Wood Job!

Lady Death - Trying to take on the east with no budget or talent by shadebug

I've always been somewhat annoyed that we all focus so much on Japanese animation when there must be plenty of decent animation coming out of the west. Certainly there's some fantastic stuff for kids and primetime comedy coming from the US and Europe produces lots of awesome art house stuff, but we're always lacking that broad appeal. So I was very happy to see the upcoming Lady Death DVD land on my desk. If only I had been able to stay happy.

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