29th "Kurokawa Cram School" Lecture Features Ichiro Itano, Kenji Kamiyama, and More

Talk event invites industry guests to discuss "The Future of 3DCG Animation Production"


Digital Hollywood Graduate School, a trade university in Tokyo, is hosting the 29th "Kurokawa Cram School" lecture in which industry guests are invited to talk about "The Future of 3DCG Animation Production". The guests scheduled for the October 27th, 2015, talk event include several big names, such as: 


  • Ichiro Itano - director & animator (Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Mobile Suit Gundam, Gantz)
  • Kenji Kamiyama - director (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Eden of the East, 009 Re: Cyborg)
  • Kazuhiro Tsuchiya - video game producer & director with Capcom (Haunting Ground, Asura's Wrath)
  • Naoki Ao and Hiroshi Moriguchi - CG animation producers with Graphinica, Inc.


The discussion will be moderated by Fumio Kurokawa, an animation director who has worked in the anime industry since the later 1960's.



The 29th "Kurokawa Cram School: The Future of 3DCG Animation Production" talk event will take place on October 27, 2015, at the Surugadai Campus of the Digital Hollywood Graduate School in Surugadai, Tokyo, Japan. The talk is scheduled to begin at 7:30 PM JST. Tickets range in price from 2000 yen ($16.70 US) for advance reservation with student discount to 4000 yen ($33.40 US) for general admission at the door.


Source; Animeanime.jp


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