Kara no Kyoukai to screen in San Francisco

Aniplex USA is having a screening of the 1st, 2nd, and 7th (Overlooking View, Murder Study part 1 and Murder Study part 2) movies of the Kara no Kyoukai ~the garden of sinners~ movie series. The screening will be held on the 5th of February at the underground cinema at San Francisco’s New People Center. Don’t ask me how to get there – I don’t live in the States, as you may have noticed. XD

Copyright to KINOKO NASU / Kodansha, Aniplex, Notes, ufotable

Anyway, Hikaru Kondo, the executive producer & the president of the animation studio ufotable, and producer Atsuhiro Iwakami will be attending the event & participating in a panel discussion. Tickets cost US$15 for the entire event and are available at the New People World website. If you ask me, $US15 for 3 awesome movies and the chance to meet the animators in person is a real steal. You westerners get all the goodies. I can’t even watch the trailers for KnK on Youtube without getting a “This video is blocked in your country on copyright issues” or stuff like that. T_T Seating is limited, so be sure to get the tickets while you still can!


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