A music video from Japan for Sasanomaly’s “The Synesthesia Ghost.”
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A music video for Julien Mier & Magical Mistakes’ “Divide, Multiply.”
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America’s deadliest marksman gets taken out by a loveable blue robotic cat creature.
Hey Nu! Hey You! We have to be “Na Ni Ne No” without you! Hey Nu.
Everything you need to know about the possible sale of DreamWorks to Japanese company SoftBank.
Every time you want to stop writing about “Frozen,” it breaks another record. This weekend, the Disney smash hit remained in first place at the Japanese box office for an incomprehensible eleventh weekend in a row.
This fall, the city of Hokkaido, Japan will present the first-ever animation festival to take place entirely in an airport. The New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival will make use of the Hokkaido airport’s well-equipped facilities, including its 377-seat theater with 3D capabilities.
“The Tale of the Plump Bird” was directed, animated and edited by Saki Iyori
Born in 1984 in Aichi Prefecture Japan, Tatsuhiro Ariyoshi is an independent animator who lives and works in Tokyo. He graduated from the Musashino Art University (Department of Imaging Arts & Sciences) in 2009, followed by a graduate degree from the animation department at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Today in Japan, a new Oswald costumed character began doing meet-and-greets at Tokyo DisneySea.
Table tennis sounds like just about the last thing that needs an animated series, but leave it to the Japanese to make the sport as exciting as a superhero action-adventure series. This is our first extended look at “Ping Pong,” a new 11-episode animated series by Japanese director Masaaki Yuasa (“Mind Game,” “The Tatami Galaxy”) that will debut April 10th on Fuji TV’s late-night noitaminA block.
This a fan-made experiment in which the 1956 Tom & Jerry short “Down Beat Bear” is remade in CGI with anime girls in the roles of Tom, Jerry, and the dancing bear. The characters don’t appear to be random and likely represent some part of fandom of which I’m not aware. Even lacking that context, I still think it’s a fascinating piece of work, not so much for its animation or technical merit as for its resurrection of (and reverence for) classic theatrical animation in a completely unexpected setting.
Earlier today in Tokyo, Japanese animation legend Hayao Miyazaki held a press conference attended by over 600 journalists to…
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A Gum Boy by Masaki Okuda is a 2010 student film produced at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Keiji Nakazawa, the creator of the manga series Barefoot Gen, passed away on December 19th from lung cancer.
Japanese design studio Tymote has finally answered the age-old question: What if Wassily Kandinsky used Cinema 4D?