“The Works of Mamoru Hosoda” Exhibition Comes to London This October

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In celebration of Mamoru Hosoda’s latest feature-length-film Mirai receiving a cinematic release in the UK later this year Anime Limited, otherwise known as All The Anime, have announced that The Works of Mamoru Hosoda Exhibition will be available in London for a limited time. Read more of this post

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Edinburgh Line-Up for Scotland Loves Anime 2018 Announced

Late last month the line-up of films taking place in Glasglow as part of the Scotland Loves Anime 2018 event were announced and during this week the line-up for the films being shown at Edinburgh as part of the event have been announced. Read more of this post

Manga Entertainment’s Q4 2017 Line-Up Reveals a Few Interesting Surprises; Including Soul Eater & JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure!

It seems like Manga Entertainment, and in turn Animatsu Entertainment, have been quietly working behind the scenes with online retailers to get new products listed for pre-order as during the course of the weekend their entire fourth quarter release line-up has appeared online for pre-order; with it unveiling a few surprises and previously unannouncement titles. Read more of this post

SyFy UK To Broadcast A Selection of MangaUK Films Throughout January and February 2017

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Manga Entertainment UK continues to provide anime to the masses as following on from their cinematic showings of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F and Boruto: Naruto the Movie, along with their Sky Cinema showings of both Dragon Ball Z movies, the UK based anime distributor have now teamed up the UK SyFy Channel to broadcast a selection of their films on UK TV throughout January. Read more of this post

Scotland Loves Animation To Go on Tour Around Scotland This Summer

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Anime fans in Scotland will be interested to hear that the Anime Festival Scotland Loves Animation will be going on tour, with it bringing a variety of Anime films to various venues across Scotland.

If you do not live in Scotland, or can’t get up there, then obviously this news will be a bit of a disappointment – but its nice to see Anime films being taken seriously and used in mysterious new ways. Anyway the tour has ‘technically’ already started, as it began on the 18th April 2014, but the first film being shown isn’t until 11th May 2014 so there is still some time to book seats and arrange travel. Read more of this post