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News Anime at Cannes
posted on 2006-04-25 15:38 EDT
The first episode of Tokko, which aired in Japan on April 15, is expected to screen at this year's Cannes Film Festival. The episode will screen on May 19 and 23, subtitled. A subtitled trailer of Production I.G's Le Chevalier D'Eon will also be screened (both titles are produced by Shochiku). The 59th Cannes Film Festival runs May 17 to 28. Tokko will be distributed in North America by Manga Entertainment, no North American distributor for Chevalier D'Eon has been announced.
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