News Patema Inverted in Birmingham and Bo'ness
posted on 2014-02-28 04:15 EST
The UK website for the film Patema Inverted has confirmed two forthoming screenings in Brirmingham and Bo'ness (near Falkirk). The film will also have a wider UK cinema release on May 2.
The Birmingham screening will be at the The Electric Cinema on March 22 at 6 p.m., showing as part of the Flatpack Film Festival. The screening can be booked here. The Bo'ness screening will take place at the Hippodrome on May 31 at 2.30 p.m. Tickets are available here.
Patema Inverted won both the Judge's Award and the Audience Award at the Scotland Loves Anime festival last October. The film is summarised on the Edinburgh Filmhouse website:
Patema has lived her whole life underground. Following a catastrophic attempt to harness alternative power sources, her community were driven to settle in a dark, cramped network of tunnels below ground. She roams them by torchlight, dreaming of adventures on the surface. But she gets more adventure than she bargained for when she sneaks into a forbidden area of the settlement that takes her above ground. Patema's world is turned upside down – literally! Gravity pulls her away and she must rely on Age, a local boy, to help keep her on the ground. Gravity isn't the only force at work here though: the pair are about to be pulled into something much bigger...
The above trailer debuted on Yahoo! Movies Japan.