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Naoko Yamada & Friends

Naoko Yamada & Friends

By Andrew Osmond. Naoko Yamada is the best-known female director in anime. Most of her directing credits are for TV series made at Kyoto Animation, where she spent most of her career. Her breakout was on K-ON! in 2009. Following that hit, she directed Tamako Market (2013) and Sound! Euphonium (2015), the latter as “series […]

October 6, 2022 · 0 comments
NEWSWIRE: October 2022 Pre-Orders

NEWSWIRE: October 2022 Pre-Orders

Now that October has snuck up on us, bringing the spectre of the spoopy season upon us too, we know that you’ve been nervously laying awake at night… not in fear of what’s in the closet or under the bed, but instead asking yourselves… what pre-orders to Anime Limited have coming up this month? Well, […]

October 3, 2022 · 0 comments
Atsuko Ishizuka Interview

Atsuko Ishizuka Interview

By Andrew Osmond. This summer, I interviewed the director Atsuko Ishizuka in London about her new film Goodbye, Don Glees, which is screening at this year’s Scotland Loves Anime festival. It’s the story of three boys in a Japanese country village, who are falsely blamed for causing a forest fire. To clear their name, they […]

October 3, 2022 · 0 comments
Break of Dawn

Break of Dawn

By Shelley Pallis. In the year 2049, Tokyo teen Yuma is suitably blasé about all the technology that is supposed to help his life, particularly the irritating Nanako, a robot personal assistant who often seems like little more than a device for remote parental nagging. Yuma is particularly annoyed because there should be more to […]

September 30, 2022 · 0 comments
Hula Fulla Dance

Hula Fulla Dance

By Jonathan Clements. Unsure of what direction to take in life, high-school graduate Hiwa Natsunagi (Haruka Fukuhara) decides to become a professional hula dancer, like her late sister Mari. But she soon begins to wonder if hula dancing is the thing for her, when she proves to be the clumsiest, least hula-competent girl in her […]

September 27, 2022 · 0 comments
Seven Days War

Seven Days War

By Shelley Pallis. Mamoru and Aya have known each other since they were six years old, but now they are awkward teens… well, he is an awkward teen, unable to express his true feelings for his childhood friend, and panicking now that she is about to move away. In a moment of weakness, he proposes […]

September 24, 2022 · 0 comments

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October 6, 2022 · 0 comments

Naoko Yamada & Friends

Naoko Yamada & Friends

By Andrew Osmond. Naoko Yamada is the best-known female director in anime. Most of her directing credits are for TV series made at Kyoto Animation, where she spent most of her career. Her breakout was on K-ON! in 2009. Following that hit, she directed Tamako Market (2013) and Sound! Euphonium (2015), the latter as “series […]

October 3, 2022 · 0 comments

NEWSWIRE: October 2022 Pre-Orders

NEWSWIRE: October 2022 Pre-Orders

Now that October has snuck up on us, bringing the spectre of the spoopy season upon us too, we know that you’ve been nervously laying awake at night… not in fear of what’s in the closet or under the bed, but instead asking yourselves… what pre-orders to Anime Limited have coming up this month? Well, […]

October 3, 2022 · 0 comments

Atsuko Ishizuka Interview

Atsuko Ishizuka Interview

By Andrew Osmond. This summer, I interviewed the director Atsuko Ishizuka in London about her new film Goodbye, Don Glees, which is screening at this year’s Scotland Loves Anime festival. It’s the story of three boys in a Japanese country village, who are falsely blamed for causing a forest fire. To clear their name, they […]

September 30, 2022 · 0 comments

Break of Dawn

Break of Dawn

By Shelley Pallis. In the year 2049, Tokyo teen Yuma is suitably blasé about all the technology that is supposed to help his life, particularly the irritating Nanako, a robot personal assistant who often seems like little more than a device for remote parental nagging. Yuma is particularly annoyed because there should be more to […]

September 27, 2022 · 0 comments

Hula Fulla Dance

Hula Fulla Dance

By Jonathan Clements. Unsure of what direction to take in life, high-school graduate Hiwa Natsunagi (Haruka Fukuhara) decides to become a professional hula dancer, like her late sister Mari. But she soon begins to wonder if hula dancing is the thing for her, when she proves to be the clumsiest, least hula-competent girl in her […]

September 24, 2022 · 0 comments

Seven Days War

Seven Days War

By Shelley Pallis. Mamoru and Aya have known each other since they were six years old, but now they are awkward teens… well, he is an awkward teen, unable to express his true feelings for his childhood friend, and panicking now that she is about to move away. In a moment of weakness, he proposes […]

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