Dai Sato Returns to AnimeFest 2014

Mar 3rd 2014
DALLAS, TX -- Dai Sato, the writer for popular series such as Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Cowboy Bebop, and Eureka Seven, is returning to AnimeFest for his seventh year. His regular appearances at the convention has made him a favorite among fans. In previous years, he has held scriptwriting workshops and led attendees through the process by which manga are adapted to anime.

AnimeFest will be held at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel this year on August 15-18, rather than its usual Labor Day weekend spot. Its four days of programming will primarily focus on educating attendees on various aspects of Japanese culture, and on the anime and manga industry and fandom.

About Dai Sato

Dai Sato (born in Shimane, Japan in 1969) is a talented animation scriptwriter, with numerous projects extending beyond anime into music, television drama, video games, manga, and more.

Some of Mr. Sato's most recognizable works he has been involved with include Cowboy Bebop (TV), Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (TV), Samurai Champloo (TV), Psalms of Planets: Eureka Seven (TV), Ergo Proxy (TV), FREEDOM (OVA), and Lupin III: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine (TV). He is currently writing episodes for Shinichiro Watanabe's Space Dandy (TV), which is being simulcast worldwide!


About AnimeFest

AnimeFest is a Texas Non Profit Corporation and 501(c)3 Education Charity. It is our mission to educate the public about animation, cinema, art, music, games, crafting, costume design, dance, and other forms of traditional and popular culture and art. A majority of our revenue comes from annual memberships and the primary purpose of those memberships is to attend our annual convention in Dallas, TX.


For more information about AnimeFest, please visit http://www.animefest.org.

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