The New York Anime Festival & Bandai Entertainment Lucky Star Video Contest Still Ongoing
DANCE LIKE YOU WANT TO WIN!
The New York Anime Festival & Bandai Entertainment Lucky Star Video Contest still ongoing!
Just a reminder, the New York Anime Festival and Bandai Entertainment invite you to grab a camera, gather a few friends, and dance around NYC! We want to see you dance to Lucky Star's "Motteke! Sailor Fuku!" in front of one of New York City's most iconic landmarks and have a stack of Lucky Star DVDs and New York Anime Festival Weekend Passes to help convince you to get on your feet!
How's it work?
From August 4th to September 4th, NYAF is accepting entries into NYAF and Bandai's Dance Like You Want To Win Video Contest. All you have to do is dance to Lucky Star's opening theme -- "Motteke! Sailor Fuku!" -- on camera somewhere in New York City , post it on YouTube, and send us the link. (You can download "Motteke! Sailor Fuku!" right here.) NYAF and Bandai Entertainment will be awarding points based on editing, costumes, and more and will reveal the winner on September 10. The winner will receive Bandai Entertainment prize packages including Lucky Star and stacks of other DVDs and five free weekend passes to NYAF 2008. Three runners up will each receive a copy of Lucky Star Vol. 1 and three free weekend passes to NYAF.
For complete contest rules and information, go to http://www.nyanimefestival.com/en- us/624.cfm
About Bandai Entertainment Inc.
Bandai Entertainment Inc. is a subsidiary of Namco Bandai Holdings (USA) Inc. and the premier distributor of Japanese animation on DVD and programming for television broadcast in North America. Titles include Code Geass Lelouch of Rebellion, Gurren Lagaan, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Cowboy Bebop, Outlaw Star, Escaflowne, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Gundam Seed Destiny, My Hime, and many more.
About Kadokawa Pictures USA
Kadokawa Pictures USA (KPUSA) the Los Angeles-based arm of the Japanese Kadokawa Group Holdings, Inc. (KGH, Inc) expands its brand of content in the growing international world of multimedia. KPUSA, remakes films and distributes its film libraries of live-action and anime from over 1700 film titles. KGH, Inc. includes Kadokawa Shoten Publishing, one of the largest publishers in Japan with over 60 year history, and Kadokawa Pictures, Japan's major production and distribution division.