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    Wednesday April 7, 2021
  • Tubi Adds In This Corner of the World, Liz and the Blue Bird, and More

    A handful of acclaimed titles join the streaming lineup via Shout! Factory

    The latest Tubi update has Fox's free streaming service teaming up with Shout! Factory to stream a handful of acclaimed titles, including In This Corner of the World, Millennium Actress, Liz and the Blue Bird, Penguin Highway, and more. Read on for details. 

  • Monday March 15, 2021
  • FEATURE: Giving Thanks for Kyoto Animation

    Let's look back at what Kyoto Animation has offered us over the years, and give thanks for this wonderful studio!

    With the second season of Dragon Maid arriving this summer, the return of Kyoto Animation is at last within reach. Today on Why It Works, let's look back on a life shared with KyoAni's wonderful anime!

  • Thursday July 30, 2020
  • ESSAY: The Quiet Blossom of Youth in Liz and the Blue Bird

    Taking a look at Liz and the Blue Bird, and its mark on teenage queer romance and communication

    A powerful Kyoto Animation movie about two high school girls, Mizore and Nozomi, and their struggle to communicate their feelings for each other through verbal and musical language; Liz and the Blue Bird touches home for many.

  • Friday July 3, 2020
  • INTERVIEW: How the Composer of Liz and the Blue Bird Used Math Equations to Write a Soundtrack

    Kensuke Ushio, the composer for Liz and the Blue Bird, shares his creative process.

    The composer for A Silent Voice and now Liz and the Blue Bird, Kensuke Ushio, sat down with us to talk about coprime numbers, working with Naoko Yamada again, and the creative process that went into the creation of Liz and the Blue Bird.

  • Monday July 6, 2020
  • ESSAY: The Endless Generosity of Kyoto Animation

    Let's celebrate Kyoto Animation by exploring the unique strengths of some of their very best productions!

    Kyoto Animation have for years been regarded as one of the most noteworthy anime studios, be it for their beautifully animated productions, or for their uniquely laudable studio culture. Today on Why It Works, let's explore just a few of the things that make their shows so special, as I run down five of the KyoAni shows that have meant the most to me!

  • Saturday January 18, 2020
  • Violet Evergarden Side Story and Liz and the Blue Bird Anime Films to Screen in Tokyo Cinema

    The Kyoto Animation films will be screened at Yujiku Asagaya theater for two weeks

    Independent cinema Yujiku Asagaya – close to Asagaya Station – introduced their slate of films yesterday and announced that Kyoto Animation anime films Liz and the Blue Bird and Violet Evergarden: Eternity and Auto Memory Doll will be screened again in a cinema in Tokyo from February 15 until 28. Hit the jump to learn more!

  • Thursday January 3, 2019
  • KyoAni's Liz and the Blue Bird Anime Film Hits Blu-ray on March 5

    Home video release includes BD+DVD, subbed and dubbed versions

    Whether you got to see Kyoto Animation and director Naoko Yamada's Liz and the Blue Bird anime film in theaters or not, you'll soon get the chance to own it on home video. Read on for more.

  • Thursday November 8, 2018
  • Liz and the Blue Bird Anime Film Reveals English Dub Cast

    Dub screenings planned alongside November 9 debut

    In addition to the previously announced Japanese screenings, Kyoto Animation's Liz and the Blue Bird anime film will be showing with an English dub, the cast for which was revealed this morning. Read on for more.

  • Wednesday November 7, 2018
  • INTERVIEW: The Brilliant Mind Behind the Music of Liz and the Blue Bird, Kensuke Ushio

    Kensuke Ushio, the composer for A Silent Voice and now Liz and the Blue Bird, shares his creative process.

    The composer for A Silent Voice and now Liz and the Blue Bird, Kensuke Ushio, sat down with us to talk about coprime numbers, working with Naoko Yamada again, and the creative process that went into the creation of Liz and the Blue Bird.

  • Liz and the Blue Bird Anime Film Shares Making of with Naoko Yamada

    Director of A Silent Voice talks about her latest feature

    The latest from Kyoto Animation and A Silent Voice director Naoko Yamada, the Liz and the Blue Bird anime film is coming to theaters throughout the U.S. this week. For a look at how the feature was made, ELEVEN ARTS Anime Studio posted a behind-the-scenes video discussing production with Yamada herself.

  • Friday November 2, 2018
  • Sample KyoAni's Liz and the Blue Bird Anime Film in Final US Trailer

    Sound! Euphonium cast returns for more in theaters on November 9

    Kyoto Animation's Liz and the Blue Bird anime film is getting ready to make its US theatrical debut on November 9. With A Silent Voice director Naoko Yamada at the helm, ELEVEN ARTS Anime Studio has one final English-subtitled preview of the feature ahead of its premiere. 

  • Wednesday October 24, 2018
  • Maquia and Lu Over the Wall Among Anime Films Submitted for Oscars

    Now we just have to cross our fingers for the voting process to come

    The Oscars are rarely friendly to anime, but there are a handful of hopefuls aiming to get into the running this year. In fact, a whopping eight anime films have been submitted, five of which come from GKIDS alone. Read on for more.

  • Wednesday September 12, 2018
  • Anime Recap: Sword Art Online: Alicization 2nd Trailer, Kingdom Hearts 3 New Trailer, & MORE!

    The highlights of the latest news in anime!

    A new trailer for Sword Art Online: Alicization, Penguin Highway and Liz and the Blue Bird coming to theaters, new and returning Fall anime on Crunchyroll, & MORE! Hit the jump for the highlights of the hottest news in anime!

  • Tuesday September 4, 2018
  • Liz and the Blue Bird Anime Film Hits North American Theaters on November 9

    ELEVEN ARTS Anime Studio sets date for U.S. and Canadian run

    The latest anime film on the way to North American theaters courtesy of ELEVEN ARTS Anime Studio is Liz and the Blue Bird, which comes from A Silent Voice director Naoko Yamada. Read on for details.

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