Godzilla Screening in Los Angeles with Director Appearance

Los Angeles, CA – April 16th, 2014 - In celebration of Godzilla's 60th anniversary, Anime Jungle presents two special screenings of GODZILLA at the Aratani Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday, May 3rd. The 3:00pm screening will be dubbed. And the 6:00pm screening will be with the original Japanese audio with English subtitle. The screenings are planned as a part of Fiesta Matsuri by JACCC (Japanese American Cultural and Community Center) in Little Tokyo.

They will invite two guest, Mr. Koichi Kawakita, director of Special effects and Mr. Norihiko Iwasaki, Marbling Fine Arts Co. Before each screening, Mr. Kawakita and Mr. Iwasaki will give a live demonstration of Special Effect with miniatures “Model and Camera Demonstration”

After the last screening, Anime Jungle will be hosting the special event “G in Jungle” in Anime Jungle and invite Mr. Kawakita and Mr. Iwasaki as its guest and they will take part in a panel, Q&A session and autograph session. There will be a special screening of “God of Clay”, independent Tokusatsu short film directed by Mr. Kawakita. Exclusive posters will be available at this event.

Godzilla vs Biollante Screening & Model and Camera Demonstration

Date: May 3rd 2014 Saturday
Location: JACCC Aratani Theatre
244 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 628-2725
Show Times:
3:00 pm: English Dubbed Version (104 Minutes) plus Model and Camera Demonstration (30 Minutes)
6:00pm: Japanese Audio w/English Subtitles (104 Minutes) plus Model and Camera Demonstration (50 Minutes)

$12.00 for Adults
Free for Children 12 Years and Under
Tickets Available Now from JACCC: http://www.jaccc.org/godzilla.php

Special Guests
Koichi Kawakita, Director of Special Effects
Norihiko Iwasaki, Marbling Fine Arts Co.

G in Jungle
Date: May 3rd 2014
Entertainment Hobby Shop Jungle (Anime Jungle)
319 East 2nd Street #103, Los Angeles, 90012

Phone: (213)621-1661
Time: 9:00pm
Admission: Free (Maxmum capacity: 150, First come-first serve basis)
Event Contents: Panel Discussion, Q&A, Autograph session, Nendono Kamisama Screening, and more


Founded in 1971, the JACCC is the largest Asian American cultural center of its kind in the U.S. and is the preeminent presenter of Japanese, Japanese American and Asian American arts. JACCC is home to a number of civic and arts organizations and serves as the cultural and community focal point of Japanese Americans throughout Southern California

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