Programme Aberystwyth 2014

Summary Kotatsu Aberystwyth 2014

12:00 Patema Inverted
14:30 Double Bill – By Your Side / Mai Mai Miracle
17:45 Evangelion 3.0

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12:00 Patema Inverted

Poster from Patema Inverted

Director: Yasuhiro Yoshiura
Running Time: 99mins

Patema Inverted is the latest directorial effort from Yasuhiro Yoshiura, director of Time of Eve and Pale Cocoon OVA. The film was previously shown at the 2013 Scotland Loves Anime festival, where it won the Audience and Judge awards. It was also nominated for Best Animated Feature Film at 2013’s Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
(In Japanese with English Subtitles)

14:30 Double Bill – By Your Side / Mai Mai Miracle

By Your Side

Image from By Your Side

Director: Tsuneo Goda
Running Time: 5m 46s

Film was the collaboration of Tsuneo Goda, the creator of Domo and the singer Sade, created thorough the project called Zapuni. Zapuni unites Japanese visual artists with world-renowned musicians to create and dedicate videos to charities that help children affected by the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Fukushima Nuclear Disaster in Japan with the power of music.
(No Dialogue)

Mai Mai Miracle

Image from Mai Mai Miracle

Director: Sunao Katabuchi
Running Time: 95mins

Mai Mai Miracle gets a theatrical screening after a highly successful Kickstarter Campaign. Directed by Sunao Katabuchi (assistant director of Kiki’s Delivery Service) and produced by MADHOUSE in 2009, when it was first released it won a slew of awards including Best Animated Film at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal along with the Excellence Prize for Feature Length Animation at the 2010 Japan Media Arts Festival.
(In Japanese with English Subtitles)

17:45 Evangelion 3.0

Image from Evangelion 3.0

Evangelion 3.0

Director : Hideaki Anno
Running Time: 105mins
This is the third of Hideaki Anno’s Rebuild of Evangelion and the story takes a darkly psychological turn.
(In Japanese with English Subtitles)

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