A Letter To Momo & Napping Princess To Be Broadcast on Viceland UK Next Week

Updated TV listings have revealed that Hiroyuki Okiura’s feature-length-film A Letter To Momo and Kenji Kamiyama’s feature-length-film Napping Princess will be broadcast back-to-back on Viceland UK, which is available on Sky and Now TV, next week. Read more of this post

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Viceland UK To Broadcast A Letter to Momo, Patema Inverted & Mai Mai Miracle This Week

New TV listings on the Sky Planner have revealed that VICELAND UK (Sky Channel 153) will be showing A Letter to Momo, Patema Inverted and Mai Mai Miracle alongside regular scheduled anime showings of Tokyo Ghoul, Samurai Champloo and Eureka Seven. Read more of this post

VICELAND UK To Broadcast Anime Movies This September

Following on from the TV Broadcasts of Cowboy Bebop, Tokyo Ghoul and Samurai Champloo Sky TV Channel ‘VICELAND UK‘ will now be broadcasting anime movies from Anime Limited’s back catalogue of films. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Delays A Letter to Momo & Psychic School Wars due to Quality Concerns

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As part of the weekly newswire, which went live on the 13th April 2016, Anime Limited revealed that both feature-length-animated films A Letter to Momo and Psychic School Wars had been delayed due to concerns with the overall quality of the product. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirm Numerous Release Date Alternations

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It continues to be another bad-month for anime distributors as Anime Limited have revealed via their latest podcast that a variety of titles have had their release dates changed; specifically Sword Art online II – Part 3, A Letter to Momo and Selector Infected WIXOSS. Read more of this post

Anime Limited License A Letter To Momo for UK Theatrical Release

a_letter_to_momoAnime Limited have recently announced that they will be releasing the Hiroyuki Okiura directed film, A Letter To Momo, as a UK wide cinema release, with showings starting later this year.

For those unaware A Letter to Momo is an anime-drama that follows the story of Momo, an 11 year old girl whose entire world has been rocked by the untimely death of her father. Forced to leave her life in Tokyo and move to the small island where her mother grew up, Momo is tormented by a letter her father wrote to her – a letter containing only two words: Dear Momo. Soon after her arrival on the island, mysterious goings-on begin to torment the residents and Momo decides to uncover the truth behind them once and for all.

The film was originally shown in 2011 at the Toronto International Film Festival and has since become a cult-favourite, with director Hiroyuki Okiura and Production I.G joining forces to create magical, emotional and wonderful story, as Andrew Partridge, preside of Anime Limited explains:

‘I’ve had my eyes on Momo ever since it screened at Scotland Loves Anime in 2011 – we’re very excited to have this in our catalog and will be organising a limited theatrical run as soon as the dub is completed in the USA!”’

As Andrew mentioned, as soon as the English Dub is produced then Anime Limited will begin screening the film in a variety of Cinemas across the UK, with exact locations and times to be confirmed in the coming months.