Hiroyasu Ishida's "Fumiko's Confession" Screened in a Running Train
The 140-second short has been viewed more than 3 million times on YouTube
Studio Colorido's official Twitter has announced that Hiroyasu Ishida's critically acclaimed 2009 short Fumiko no Kokuhaku/Fumiko's Confession and a trailer for his 2013 film Hinata no Aoshigure are now screened in JR Niigata's new train E129. The train, which started running in Niigata Prefecture last month, has three 30cm x 45cm monitors in each vehicles, and they are now repeatedly playing about 100 clips including CMs for the sight-seeing areas in the prefecture in 50 minutes.
Independent creator Hiroyasu Ishida's Fumiko no Kokuhaku/Fumiko's Confession was produced in 2009 when he was a student at Kyoto Seika University's Faculty of Manga. The video has been viewed more than 3 million times on YouTube. Then his first theatrical film Hinata no Aoshigure was released in November 2013.
【お知らせ】JR新潟エリアの新型車両E129系車内ビジョンで「陽なたのアオシグレ」予告編と「フミコの告白」が放映されています！電車に乗る際は是非チェックしてみてください！ pic.twitter.com/VJcHMgCox6— スタジオコロリド (@studiocolorido) January 23, 2015
"Fumiko no Kokuhaku/Fumiko's Confession"
"Hinata no Aoshigure" trailer
Source: Studio Colorido's official Twitter