‘A Silent Voice’ coming to select U.K. digital platforms from 22nd May
April 30, 2017 · 0 comments
We’ve got some big news for you relating to A Silent Voice! You can still catch some screenings in cinemas – check back at asilentvoice.co.uk for any screenings listed – but today we have some news for you concerning the film and the first opportunity you will have to own it.
Today we’re excited to announce that you will be able to purchase the film digitally from the 22nd of May on select platforms in the United Kingdom! It will be available through iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Playstation Store, Microsoft Store, Vubiquity, Sky Store and Curzon Home Cinema.
(NOTE: At time of writing, 30th April 2017, the respective store listings are in the process of being added to each service. We’ll be sure to update the above links accordingly as they become available.
(Update, 19th May – Amazon listing link added
Update, 22nd May – SkyStore listing link added)
The film will be available on the services noted above in Japanese with English subtitles only. This is partly due to the fact there is no English dub of the film – though as we’ve talked about before, there will be one produced for it. Whether the English language version will be available on these services in the future remains to be seen, but it is something we will explore.
A note to our friends in Ireland: please know we are endeavouring to make A Silent Voice available through select digital platforms in Ireland as well. Should there be any developments on this we’ll be sure to share details with you as soon as possible.
You can watch our trailer for the film, released a few months ago ahead of our theatrical screenings, below.
We’re very excited to be able to bring you a digital version of the film so soon after our theatrical screenings of the film! It’s an exciting opportunity that we didn’t want to pass up on.
A Silent Voice will be receiving a home video release later this year. Please stay tuned for updates as we can being them to you.
A Silent Voice, Curzon Home Cinema, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Playstation Store, Sky Store, Vubiquity
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