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Upcoming A Letter to Momo Cinema Screenings

posted on 2015-02-06 06:51 EST
Part of touring Japan Foundation programme, also includes Short Peace

The 2015 Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is touring the U.K., including the anime films A Letter to Momo (right) and Short Peace (below left), as well as the live-action/animated film My Little Sweet Pea (Mugiko-san to). The tour will continue until March 26.

Here is an updated list of venues:

mac Birmingham; Details here including A Letter to Momo on February 10 (8.15 pm.) and My Little Sweet Pea on March 3, time TBC.

Showroom Workstation, Sheffield; Details here including A Letter to Momo on March 14, time TBC.

Queen's Film Theatre, Belfast; Details here including A Letter to Momo on March 22, time TBC.

Filmhouse, Edinburgh: Details here including A Letter to Momo on February 28 and My Little Sweet Pea on February 26, times TBC.

Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle Upon Tyne; Details here including A Letter to Momo on March 7 (1 p.m.), Short Peace on February 24 (6.25 p.m.) and My Little Sweet Pea on March 2 (1 p.m.).

Watershed, Bristol; Details here including A Letter to Momo on February 14 (3 p.m.) and Short Peace on February 16 (5.50 p.m).

Dundee Contemporary Arts; Details here including A Letter to Momo on February 21 (3.30 p.m.) and Short Peace on February 24 (6 p.m.)

Broadway, Nottingham; Details here including A Letter to Momo on March 21 and Short Peace on March 24, times TBC.

QUAD, Derby; Details here including A Letter to Momo on February 15 (6 p.m.).

GKids describes the story of A Letter to Momo: 'The last time Momo saw her father they had a fight – and now all she has left to remember him by is an incomplete letter, a blank piece of paper penned with the words “Dear Momo” but nothing more. Moving with her mother to the remote Japanese island of Shio, Momo soon discovers three yokai living in her attic, a trio of mischievous spirit creatures that only she can see and who create mayhem in the tiny seaside community as she tries desperately to keep them hidden.'

Short Peace is a multimedia project that comprises of four anime short films (and also a video game) with the overarching theme of Japan. Katsuhiro Otomo assembled "top creators at the leading edge of Japanese animation, exploring possible future avenues of expression."

My Little Sweet Pea (Mugiko-san to) is a live-action film which includes anime segments by Production I.G (Ghost in the Shell, Psycho-Pass). Maki Horikita (Ataru: The First Love & The Last Kill, Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva, Always San-chōme no Yūhi) plays a young otaku aiming to become an anime voice actress.


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