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A Journey Through Japanese Visual Culture
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Urashima Tarō (浦島太郎, 1918)
dir. Seitarō KITAYAMA (北山清太郎)
#earlyanime #anime #anime100

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Women Directors at Nippon Connection 2017

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Animation at Nippon Connection 2017

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Poetic Landscapes – Recent Gems in Japanese Indie Animation
Sunday, May 28, 17:15 Naxoshalle Kino
Frankfurt am Main
Special Guest: Hayato Nove & Dr. Catherine Munroe Hotes

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Tokyo University of the Arts at Nippon Connection 2017
Special Guest: Taruto FUYAMA
Thursday, May 25, 15:15 Naxoshalle Kino
Frankfurt am Main #Geidai

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Tadahito Mochinaga Exhibition at the National Film Center (Tokyo)
#stopmotion #anime #Tokyo

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The Dull Sword (なまくら刀, 1917)
#early anime #anime #Japan

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Gakken Stop Motion Animation (1958-1960)
Gakken Publishers are celebrating their 70 th anniversary this year.   Since the company’s establishment in 1947, Gakken has
become well known for its educational books and other educational materials.   In the run-up to their anniversary last year,
Gakken ...

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Experimental Film Playlist: Isamu Hirabayashi
Isamu Hirabayashi (平林勇, b. 1972), is one of Japan's top experimental filmmakers.  Upon graduation from Musashino Art University, he started out as a graphic designer for a advertising agency, but then went freelance as a director of commercials.  His non-co...

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Animation to Watch: Ryo Hirano
In recent years, Ryo Hirano has been an animation festival favourite with his surreal works Holiday (ホリデイ, 2011) and Paradise  (パラダイス, 2013).   Paradise can be found on the DVD  L'Animation Indépendante Japonaise, Volume 3 (FR/EN, 2015) from Les films du pa...
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