Heroes such as Transformers, Spider-man, Wonder Woman, etc. including Pirates of the Caribbean are attracting a lot of attention this summer (the slump of “Power Rangers” is regretted behind that!). If you are in the area that is still showing, it is a big hole work that you should take a look at!
In Japanese movies, manga and anime-original movies such as “Gintama,” “My Heart Wants to Scream,” “Tokyo Gyo Deed,” and “Naruto,” which makes Naruto Clothing sales get record high, are in great shape. Anime movies have been a big hit with Pokémon breaking away from the low-flying of the last few years, and maniac routes such as “No Game No Life Zero” and “Theatrical Student Council Executives” have also been clean hits. It is also an interesting event that minions are gaining momentum over Disney in overseas animation.
However, it is also true that many beautiful movies are as beautiful as flowers blooming quietly in such a gorgeous corner. This time, we will introduce you to some of the most artistic anime movies.
The secrets of Brendan and Kells, directed by Irish talent Tom Moore
It is no exaggeration to say that it is located at the highest peak of entertainment in Japan, but in many countries overseas it is the same as it used to be divided into either family-friendly works or artistic works using anime. However, since Japanese anime such as Studio Ghibli’s works have become widely accepted overseas, it seems that the number of such “movies” itself, which is not suitable to simply divide into two for entertainment and art, is increasing recently.
Tom Moore’s the secrets of Brendan and kells, whose Irish film song of the sea Uta was well received in Japan, is the first. It’s also Moore’s memorable feature-length debut in 2009, a masterpiece that was nominated for the 82nd academy award for a best-animated feature film.
Set in 9th-century Ireland. As large-scale construction continues to create a wall surrounding the kells abbey in preparation for the invasion of the evil Vikings, a famous monk has fled Scotland with the book of kells.
The book of Kells, a gospel written by the biography of Matthew and Marco, and now known as the “Most Beautiful Book in the World,” is now a national treasure of Ireland, but this film depicts the adventures of Brendan, a boy ascetic monk, and Ashlyn, a fairy girl, to complete this holy book.
The feature of this work is that it is based on the drawing that makes use of the Celtic pattern of the Irish tradition after all, and especially the Celtic pattern is drawn in “book of kells” comes to life.
As well as song of the sea, Bruno Cre, and Ireland’s leading music group “Kila” are in charge, and the compositions and drawings that the soul of their home country is in full of the world match beautifully, bringing excitement.
A short story, by Koji Yamamura, a talented man born in Japan, “A Dream with the Right and Left Eyes”
An artistic work that I would like to introduce from japan is “Koji Yamamura’s right eye and left eye dream,” which is nominated in the short animation category at the 75th academy award for “Head Mountain” in 2002 and shows nine short works by world-renowned animation artist Koji Yamamura, who has been a member of the academy of film and arts since last year.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Toronto reel Asian film festival, “Zodiac 1/3” (1/3) produced by the Chinese zodiac sign considered 20 years as “1/3 lap” from 1 lap in 60 years (16/ first opening in theaters).
Some of these movies tried to reproduce the “color fantasy” of Canadian animation writer Norman McLaren, which can be said to be the backbone of “McLaren’s Workshop,” with abstract painter Sanae on a longitudinal screen as a tribute to the American contemporary composer George crumb, Satie’s “water dream (1 proboscis) (1) (17/ first theater) which expresses the evolution from the birth of life in the sea to whales with music and video is an animated reproduction of the ballet music “paradox” composed by French composer Eric Satie as a surreal ballet image.
A total of 54 minutes for all nine works, and a collection of works that satirizes the heart in a truly easy-to-see but blissful time. Young people who are aiming to produce anime should also be sure to see it. I was fascinated by “Kojiki Hidako Hen,” and next I wanted to see “Kojiki” movies in feature films (or rather, I would like director Yamamura to participate in commercial-based animation films once!).
Documentary and animation artist
Hiroyuki Matsumoto’s two ambitious films
Director Hiroyuki Matsumoto of the exploration documentary “Jomon and Pacer Voyage” (currently showing at Shimokitazawa trim wood), which recorded the adventure of carrying out a four-year voyage from Indonesia to Okinawa in a handmade canoe and has been released all over the country since it was released in 2015.
He is also a director Matsumoto of and an animation artist, and two short films that he worked on are currently being screened in Shimokitazawa trim wood, Tokyo.
“In Goya Hoboken” (11/22 minutes) is a live-action animation of a boy and a dog learning and growing up on the importance of others in the ocean, with a flat doll on the glass. Snoopy fights with the kennel as a fighter, but this dog and boy travel instead of a boat with the kennel upside down, but
there is something that is somewhat smiley.
“Kioku Kiroku Now” (15/18 minutes) covers the testimony of the atomic bomb in Nagasaki by 95-year-old sister has Nishiguchi and has more than 1,000 consecutive photographs taken at that time Torres and draw pictures by more than 1,000 men and women of all ages in our city, Nagasaki prefecture (that is, citizens become an animator!). It is a miraculously beautiful and noble work that could have been done in the project of making the interview scenery and animation together (the movie can see both the production scenery document and the animation).
Two films full of experimental motivation were released until Friday, August 11, but the screening will be extended. The following dates are Saturday, August 12, Friday, August 18, Saturday, 19, Saturday, September 26, and Friday, September 1, so please watch it as soon as possible!
Ballerina, a 3d movie
that develops a girl’s dream
Finally, it’s a bonus, but we will also introduce the family anime movie “Ballerina” made by a French and Canadian joint work.
Set in Paris at the end of the 19th century, the world view that was often seen in Japanese girls’ manga, etc. Will be brilliantly and happily presented in 3d, where girls who grew up in the facility escaped from the facility to realize their dream of dancing as etoiles at the opera, entered ballet schools at the end of twists and turns and started intense training.
It is a work that will be a work that will develop future dreams while being pleased when a little girl sees it, so please take it with you.
There are various forms of animation in various forms around the world like this, but these artistic tastes are actually included as elements of entertainment, and in that sense, art, moe, family, adults, simple things, esoteric things, equally “enjoy” if you even face it with your heart, everything will be able to become entertainment.
May all animated films open the door to the hearts of the audience!