Howl's Moving Castle & FFVII: Advent Children at Otakuthon 2006

Jun 8th 2006
Montreal, Quebec, Canada (June 7, 2006) – Otakuthon, the first fan-run
anime convention hosted in Montreal, is proud to present two excellent
upcoming feature movies: Howl's Moving Castle® and Final Fantasy VII:
Advent Children®! Sponsored by fps Magaizne
(http://www.fpsmagazine.com/).

Howl's Moving Castle®

Directed by internationally acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited
Away®, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind®) Howl's Moving Castle ®
depicts
the journey of Sophie, an average teenage girl working in a hat shop,
when
she sets off on a fabulous journey to lift the curse set on her by the
vengeful Witch of the Waste with the help of the dashing and debonair
wizard Howl. Talking fire, spy dogs, scarecrows with turnip heads and
a
flying castle, oh my!

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children®

Two years after the events played out in the popular roleplaying video
game Final Fantasy VII ®, Midgar still lies in ruins. Cloud has become
a
transporter and Tifa has converted 7th Heaven to an orphanage, but they
must soon take up the sword again as a mysterious illness is sweeping
the
land and the arrival of three men who are on a quest to seek out
Jenova.


Howl's Moving Castle® will be shown on Saturday June 10th at 12 noon,
and
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children® will be shown on Sunday June 11th
at
1:20pm. Both movies will be shown in the main auditorium (H-110) in
the
Henry F. Hall building of Concordia University on a 40-feet projector
screen with Dolby Digital® Surround sound.

(Howl's Moving Castle® is a registered trademark of Buena Vista Home
Entertainment, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children® is a registered
trademark of SquareEnix, Dolby Digital® is a registered trademark of
Dolby
Laboratories)


About Otakuthon:
Otakuthon is Montreal's premiere fan-run anime convention to be held on
Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11, 2006 in the Henry F. Hall building
of
Concordia University, located in the heart of downtown Montreal.
Organized
by the Otaku Anime of Concordia University club, Otakuthon will host
many
activities and events that will feature Anime, Manga, video games,
artwork, Japanese culture, and special guests. For more infomation
check
our website: http://www.otakuthon.com/

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