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Your Name UK Cinema Release Details

posted on 2016-09-02 10:40 EDT
Anime Limited confirms acquisition of Shinkai film, with Blu-ray and DVD in 2017

Anime Limited has confirmed that it has acquired Makoto Shinkai's Your Name for the United Kingdom and Ireland. In addition to the cinema release on November 24, plus screenings at the London Film Festival and Scotland Loves Anime, the film will be also released on Blu-ray and DVD in 2017.

The UK cinema screenings will be available to book at this website although not all locations have tickets available yet.

Anime Limited adds: 'There will screenings in both Japanese with English subtitles and English dubbed screenings too. Please check respective cinema listings for details on languages the film be screened in. If there is demand for more screenings, we will certainly investigate to see if anything is possible.'

The full list of venues is as follows:

Aberdeen Union Square – Cineworld

Basingstoke Festival Place – Vue

Bath – Picturehouse

Belfast Odyssey – Independent

Birmingham Broad Street (Central) – Cineworld

Birmingham, Star City (Out of Town) – Vue

Bluewater, Dartford – Showcase CDL

Bristol (Central) – Showcase CDL

Bristol Cribbs (Out of Town) – Vue

Cambridge – Vue

Cambridge – Picturehouse

Cardiff – Showcase

Cardiff – Cineworld

Cheshire Oaks, Ellemere Port – Vue

Coventry – Showcase

Crawley – Cineworld

Darlington – Vue

Derby – Showcase CDL

Dublin, Ireland – Cineworld

Dudley – Shwocase

Dundee DCA – Independent

Edinburgh – Cineworld

Edinburgh Cameo – Picturehouse

Enfield – Cineworld

Exeter – Vue

Gatehead – Vue

Glasgow East (Out of Town) – Showcase

Glasgow Renfrew Steeet (Central) – Cineworld

Hamilton – Vue

Hull – Vue

Inverness – Vue

Lancaster Dukes – Independent

Leeds – Showcase CDL

Leicester – Showcase CDL

Liverpool – Showcase

Liverpool, FACT – Picturehouse

London Central, Central – Picture

London East, Hackney – Picturehouse

London East, Newham – Showcase

London East, West India Quay – Cineworld

London East, Westfield Stratford – Vue

London North, Crouch End – Picturehouse

London North, Finchley Road – Vue

London North, Islington – Vue

London North, Wood Green – Vue

London North, Croydon Grants – Vue

London South, Ritzy – Picturehouse

London South, Wandsworth – Cineworld

London West End, Leicester Square – Vue

London West, Westfield

Manchester – Showcase

Manchester Road – Vue

Milton Keynes – Cineworld

Newcastle UL – Vue

Norwich – Vue

Norwich, Picturehouse

Nottingham – Vue

Nottingham – Showcase CDL

Oxford – Vue

Paisley – Showcase

Peterborough – Showcase

Plymouth – Vue

Portsmouth – Vue

Portsmouth No.6 – Independent

Reading – Showcase CDL

Sheffield – Vue

Sheffield – Cineworld

Southampton – Picturehouse

Stirling – Vue

Stratford East – Picturehouse

Swansea – Vue

Teeside – Showcase

Walsall – Shwocase

Watford – Vue

York – Vue

York – Picturehouse

The Kimi no Na wa. film's "story of miracles and love" revolves around Mitsuha and Taki. Mitsuha is a female high school student who lives in a rural town nestled deep in the mountains. Her father is the mayor and isn't at home much, and she lives with her elementary school-aged little sister and her grandmother. Mitsuha has an honest personality, but she doesn't like the customs of her family's Shinto shrine, nor does she like her father participating in an election campaign. She laments that she lives in a confined rural town, and yearns for the wonderful lifestyle of living in Tokyo. Taki is a male high school student who lives in central Tokyo. He spends time with his friends, works part-time at an Italian restaurant, and is interested in architecture and fine arts. One day, Mitsuha has a dream where she is a young man. Taki also has a dream where he is a female high school student in a town in the mountains that he has never been to. What is the secret to their dreams of personal experience?


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