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Glasgow Scotland Loves Anime Tickets and Times Available

posted on by Andrew Osmond
Includes Q&A with Hunter X Hunter film director Masayaki Miyaji.

Tickets for the Glasgow leg of the Scotland Loves Anime festival are now available online, along with confirmations of the times of the screenings from October 11 to 13. The venue is the Glasgow Film Theatre. Additionally a guest is confirmed - Masayaki Miyaji, director of Fuse, one of the films represented.

Originally all three Evangelion features were due to screen at Glasgow. ANN contacted the festival, which said that due to building work at the venue, there were no slots available for the first two films, although the third (Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo) will still begin the festival. However, the three films will still all be shown at the Edinburgh leg of SLA.

The image below, by the artist 'Abe-san' will be shown on posters and flyers for the festival.

The Glasgow screenings are as follows:

Friday October 11

6.15 - Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

11 p.m. - Perfect Blue (Satoshi Kon's classic 1997 debut horror)

Saturday October 12

1.40 - Mystery film

4 p.m. - Fuse (a historical fantasy set in the Edo era). Followed by Q&A with director Masayuki Miyaji

6. 45 p.m. - Patema Inverted (an adventure film about a girl who lives underground by Time of Eve creator Yasuhiro Yoshiura)

Sunday 13th October

1.15 . - The Place Promised in Our Early Days (first feature by Makoto Shinkai)

3.30 - The Life of Guskou Budori (a fantasy drama by veteran director Gisaburō Sugii)

6 p.m. - Hunter × Hunter: Phantom Rouge

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