Screen Daily has posted their discussion with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno from this fall's Tokyo International Film Festival. Going into the event, Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki called Anno a next-Miyzaki, saying that Anno "will be the one to lead Japanese animation into the next decade." Anno discounted this. And, he discounted working with Western creators.
The Japan Animator Expo is a showcase of 30 shorts presented by Dwango and Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno's Studio Khara. Next up is something different. Hideaki Anno has prepared a "Yoshikazu Yasuhiko & Ichiro Itano: Collection of Key Animation Films" with a look at the two anime luminaries' work on Gundam. More after the jump.
Following a retrospective of the works of Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno, the Tokyo International Film Festival has presented an English translation of some his comments regarding his current Evangelion works. See what he had to say after the jump.
Tied to the "The World of Hideaki Anno" showcase, the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival teamed up with the World Cosplay Summit to present 44 international cosplayers from the United States, Brazil, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Denmark and Italy. Get a look after the jump.
A site, complete with English language page, has launched for the Japan Anima(tor)'s Exhibition, presented by Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno and Studio Khara with a logo drawn by Hayao Miyazaki and colored by Toshio Suzuki. Get a look after the jump.
The 27th Tokyo International Film Festival runs 10.23-31, and centerpiece of this prominent movie event is "The World of Hideaki Anno," a showcase of 50 works from throughout the career of the Evangelion creator. Leading into this, The Japan Times interviewed Anno about the event, his talent for animation and lack of confidence therein, voicing the lead in Hayao Miyazaki's final movie, and the status of the next Eva.
The 27th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) has announced the line-up of “The World of Hideaki Anno” which will be featuring works by Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno in first-ever major screening occasion to showcase his works. A special trailer offers a survey of the works to be featured. Get a look after the jump.
Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki took the stage with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno to announce the complete list of 50 of Anno’s work to be screened for October's 27th edition of Tokyo International Film Festival's special “The World of Hideaki Anno" programming. During this, Suzuki spoke to Anno's role in the future of anime, and the ever-popular subject of a next-Miyazaki.
October's 27th edition of the Tokyo International Film Festival announced plans to present “The World of Hideaki Anno,” first-ever major screening showcase of the Evangelion creator's works. A complete list of 50 of Anno’s work from student films and promo videos to TV programs and theatrical features to be screened will be announced in a late-August press conference. More after the jump.
After Evangelion, Hideaki Anno worked on the anime adaption of shoujo manga KareKano. Then, he closed out the '90s with a pair of serious, live-action movies, Love & Pop and Ritual. He returned to live-action in far more lighthearted form with 2004's Cutie Honey adaptation. He's now back in 3D, helping with concept and setting on fall's drama ANDO-LLOYD: ~A.I. Knows Love?~. More after the jump.
Married Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno and manga artist Moyocco Anno have made a bit of a tradition of contributing lanterns to the summer Bonbori Matsuri , held at theTsurugaoka Hachiman-gū shrine in Kamakura. In 2011 and 2012 Mr Anno previewed Evangelion 3.0, while Mrs had some attractive kimono sketches. This year, Hideaki had something different in mind. Get a look after the jump.