Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution (movie series)

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Alternative title:
Eureka Seven: Hi - Evolution
Kōkyōshihen Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution (Japanese)
Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution
交響詩篇エウレカセブン ハイエボリューション (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Plot Summary: en years ago, the major earth-shaking “First Summer of Love” event occurred. Renton, who lost his father during the event, now attends the army school of the United Federation of Predgio Towers located in the border town of Bellforest. Because his late father is still praised, Renton feels something is lacking as he continues with his ordinary, boring days. Then one day, Nirvash, the world's oldest LFO, appears in front of him and a girl named Eureka emerges from the cockpit. This was the beginning of the future of humans and Scub Coral, another intelligent lifeform.
Vintage: 2017-08-23 (Part 1)
Premiere date:
2017-09-16 (Japan, Part 1)
2018-11-10 (Japan, Part 2)
Ending Theme:
#1: "Glory Days" by Hiroya Ozaki
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Blu-Ray + DVD combo
    Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution 1 (BD+DVD 1) 2018-08-14

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Chief Director: Tomoki Kyoda
Director: Hisatoshi Shimizu
Screenplay: Dai Sato
Music: Naoki Satō
Character Design: Kenichi Yoshida
Art Director: Kazuo Nagai
Sound Director: Kazuhiro Wakabayashi
Director of Photography: Shunya Kimura

Assistant Art Director: Yūshi Honjō
Character Animation Director:
Ayumi Kurashima
Shigeru Fujita
Color setting: Nobuko Mizuta
Conceptual Design: Kazutaka Miyatake
Editing: Kumiko Sakamoto
Main Mechanical Design: Shoji Kawamori
Mechanical animation Director: Shingo Abe
Special Effects Director: Yasushi Muraki
Theme Song Performance: Hiroya Ozaki
3D Graphics: Graphinica
Animation Production: BONES
Distributor: Showgate
Editing Studio: Jay Film
Finish Animation:
Anitus Kōbe
Be Loop
Doga Kobo (series footage)
Studio Add
Studio Elle (series footage)
Studio Gimlet
Taikan Anime
Online Editing: Q-Tec
Original Concept: BONES
Photography: T2 Studio
Japanese cast
Kaori Nazuka as Eureka
Yuko Sanpei as Renton Beams/Renton Thurston

Aya Hisakawa as Ray Beams
Juurouta Kosugi as Charles Beams
Kouji Tsujitani as Dewey Novak
Michiko Neya as Talho Yūki
Toru Furuya as Adrock Thurston
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Holland Novak
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Jonathan Klein
Translation: Jo-Ann Lieu
ADR Script: Deborah Crane
Executive producer: Gen Fukunaga
Additional Script Editing: Jonathan Klein
Assistant producer:
Samantha Herek
Zach Bolton
Director, Video Post-Production: Clarine Harp
Language Asset Coordinator: Kaitlan Estes
Language Asset Manager: Sarah Alys Lindholm
Lead ADR Engineer: Derek Jones
Mix Engineer: Gino Palencia
Senior Video Editor:
Daniel Mancilla
Jeremy Jiminez
Translation Support: Sarah Alys Lindholm
Video Engineer: Jason Weems
Johnny Yong Bosch as Renton Thurston
Stephanie Sheh as Eureka

Crispin Freeman as Holland Novak
Fred Tatasciore as Adroc Thurston
Kate Higgins as Talho Yuki
Kim Strauss as Dewey Novak
Melissa Fahn as Ray Beams
Patrick Seitz as Charles Beams

Barbara Goodson as Coda
Bill Rogers as Uno
Imari Williams as Milton
Max Lawrence as
Melissa Fahn as Young Renton
Michael Forest as Blair
William Knight as Kuzemi

English companies
ADR Production: New Generation Pictures
Licensed by:
FUNimation Entertainment
Madman Entertainment (Australia and New Zealand)
Recording Studio: Central Command Studios
Italian staff
Italian companies
Distributor: Dynit
Internet Streaming: VVVVID
Italian cast

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