News Anime All-Nighter Tickets Still Available, April 30
posted on 2011-04-26 08:15 EDT
As of Tuesday lunchtime, there is still ticket availability for the 'Anime All-Nighter' screening at London's Apollo Piccadilly, starting on Saturday April 30 and continuing into Sunday morning. Part of the Sci-Fi London festival, the event costs £35.
The films being screened are:
- The digitally enhanced HD Akira, with a new 'hypersonic' soundtrack.
- Eden of The East - Air Communication. This is a feature-length compilation of the Eden of The East comedy-thriller TV series. The film was edited by series director Kenji Kamiyama.
- Eden of The East - King of Eden. This is a sequel to the TV series.
- The racing adventure Redline.
- The CGI space OVA 2001 Nights: Fumihiko Sori's To, also known just as To. Director Fumihiko Sori previously directed the CGI film Vexille.
Also, there are still tickets available for tonight's screening of the live-action Gantz at 2010 (tickets £12.20 or £8.20 concessions.)
Both events are over-18s only. They can be booked online here (select 'Piccadilly Circus - Film Fest' under 'Select a Cinema'), with an online booking fee of £0.70 per ticket.
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