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Shirobako: The Movie

Shirobako: The Movie

By Callum May. Back in the days when Japanese anime creators could hop on a plane to travel the world visiting fans, they were frequently faced with the same question: “How can I join the anime industry?” On the face of it, it’s not strange. After playing Halo 3, I wanted to become a game […]

September 15, 2021 · 0 comments
Pompo the Cinephile

Pompo the Cinephile

By Jonathan Clements. Joelle Davidovich Pomponette, or Pompo for short, is a pint-sized producer, grand-daughter of a studio founder, who simply loves making movies. In the fictitious movie capital of “Nyallywood”, she is known for highly-regarded B-pictures – the anime lovingly recreates posters for works such as Guns Akimbo and Zombizarre, alongside her latest horror-from-the […]

September 12, 2021 · 0 comments
Music: Jujutsu Kaisen

Music: Jujutsu Kaisen

By Kambole Campbell. Jujutsu Kaisen is loud. A battle anime that dabbles in arcane fantasy horror, its fights go big from the very first episode, and laugh at the very idea of subtlety as the sound effects of punches, kicks and Curse techniques ring out at deafening levels. So, in order to make an impression […]

September 9, 2021 · 0 comments
Gundam NT

Gundam NT

By Andrew Osmond. This blog frequently highlights the fact that many Gundam anime are designed to be accessible to newcomers. Gundam NT, quite honestly, isn’t one of them. Firstly, the film’s very much a sequel to the lavish series Gundam Unicorn, which is a good starting point for newbies, covered on the blog here. Gundam […]

September 6, 2021 · 0 comments
Daimajin

Daimajin

By Tom Wilmot. Despite a studio system in decline, monster movies continued to roar on into the Japanese film industry of the 1960s. While icons like Godzilla, Mothra, and many other gargantuan creatures dominated screens through studio Toho, rival studio Daiei threw their hat in the ring with the enduring Gamera series. However, while Daiei’s […]

September 3, 2021 · 0 comments
Books: Ghibliotheque

Books: Ghibliotheque

By Andrew Osmond. The Ghibliotheque podcast started in 2018, and soon became an institution. It offered a journey through the films of Studio Ghibli, presented by Michael Leader and Jake Cunningham. Leader was a paid-up Ghibli fan already – you can see his video overview of the studio here, made for the BBC’s “Inside Stories” […]

August 31, 2021 · 0 comments

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September 15, 2021 · 0 comments

Shirobako: The Movie

Shirobako: The Movie

By Callum May. Back in the days when Japanese anime creators could hop on a plane to travel the world visiting fans, they were frequently faced with the same question: “How can I join the anime industry?” On the face of it, it’s not strange. After playing Halo 3, I wanted to become a game […]

September 12, 2021 · 0 comments

Pompo the Cinephile

Pompo the Cinephile

By Jonathan Clements. Joelle Davidovich Pomponette, or Pompo for short, is a pint-sized producer, grand-daughter of a studio founder, who simply loves making movies. In the fictitious movie capital of “Nyallywood”, she is known for highly-regarded B-pictures – the anime lovingly recreates posters for works such as Guns Akimbo and Zombizarre, alongside her latest horror-from-the […]

September 9, 2021 · 0 comments

Music: Jujutsu Kaisen

Music: Jujutsu Kaisen

By Kambole Campbell. Jujutsu Kaisen is loud. A battle anime that dabbles in arcane fantasy horror, its fights go big from the very first episode, and laugh at the very idea of subtlety as the sound effects of punches, kicks and Curse techniques ring out at deafening levels. So, in order to make an impression […]

September 6, 2021 · 0 comments

Gundam NT

Gundam NT

By Andrew Osmond. This blog frequently highlights the fact that many Gundam anime are designed to be accessible to newcomers. Gundam NT, quite honestly, isn’t one of them. Firstly, the film’s very much a sequel to the lavish series Gundam Unicorn, which is a good starting point for newbies, covered on the blog here. Gundam […]

September 3, 2021 · 0 comments

Daimajin

Daimajin

By Tom Wilmot. Despite a studio system in decline, monster movies continued to roar on into the Japanese film industry of the 1960s. While icons like Godzilla, Mothra, and many other gargantuan creatures dominated screens through studio Toho, rival studio Daiei threw their hat in the ring with the enduring Gamera series. However, while Daiei’s […]

August 31, 2021 · 0 comments

Books: Ghibliotheque

Books: Ghibliotheque

By Andrew Osmond. The Ghibliotheque podcast started in 2018, and soon became an institution. It offered a journey through the films of Studio Ghibli, presented by Michael Leader and Jake Cunningham. Leader was a paid-up Ghibli fan already – you can see his video overview of the studio here, made for the BBC’s “Inside Stories” […]

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