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Review: “Your Name” UK IMAX Theatrical Release: Simply Unforgettable

by Grant Whiteon August 21, 2017
I’m a bit late to the party on Your Name.  Lauded the world over, the Makoto Shinkai film received a limited run here in the UK last year but sadly not in any venues local to me. Though I may seem lazy in the face of an associate who went up and down the country […]

Review: “Napping Princess” UK Theatrical Release: Like A Dream

by Grant Whiteon August 15, 2017
Ancien is the princess of a mystical land, whose king is obsessed with cars and locked his daughter away out of fear of her magical ability to bring technology to life. But in reality she’s Kokone, a Japanese teenager who lives with her prodigy mechanic father, her only battles being against bouts of narcolepsy in […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2017 – Tatsuma Minamikawa & Yohei Ito Interview

by Grant Whiteon June 4, 2017
Director Tatsuma Minamikawa and producer Yohei Ito attended MCM London Comic Con as the guests of Anime Limited to promote the new film Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, based on the world famous manga and its anime adaptation. Toonzone News had the opportunity to sit down with both guests and talk about this cinematic adventure.   […]

Review: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” – Awake But Half Asleep

by Grant Whiteon December 18, 2015
When I reviewed the two season premieres for Rebels, I commented that I’ve generally been happy with Disney’s treatment of the franchise. However, I should clarify this was mostly approval of how they were handling the television side of things. Their plans for cinema have caused doubt in my mind, mostly for two major reasons. […]

Aardman Animations Showcase Cinema Advert To Promote UN Global Goals

by Grant Whiteon October 14, 2015
Aardman Animations have unveiled the world’s first global cinema advert, aimed at promoting the Global Goals initiative which seeks to implement a series of seventeen UN targets for social equality and climate change. The advert was produced by Sir John Hegarty in partnership with SAWA Global Cinema Advertising Association, Project Everyone and BBH. Founded by […]

PR: UK Theatrical Release for “A Letter to Momo”

by Grant Whiteon February 4, 2015
Glasgow, UK February 4, 2015 –  Anime Limited are happy to announce the theatrical release of Production I.G’s award-winning film A Letter to Momo in the UK. The film will be screening as part of The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme. Seven years in the making and created by Production I.G, the studio that brought […]

Patema Inverted

Review: “Patema Inverted (UK Kickstarter Project/Theatrical Release)”: Makes Your Spirit Soar

by Grant Whiteon May 28, 2014
The opening moments of Patema Inverted successfully grab one’s attention and curiousity. As we watch through what appears to be a video camera and hear panicked, static-riddled cries in different languages, a city’s worth of buildings begin to rupture and float upwards into the vast sky. Instead of being a misguided attempt to turn Pixar’s […]

Review: “Wrinkles (UK Theatrical Release)”: Speaks To All Ages

by Grant Whiteon April 11, 2014
I’ll be completely honest, I love doing reviews for this site and in general I’m optimistic about what’s next in life. But there’s a factor everyone alive today has to live with and that is that life is finite. This is something that is creepy as a child, but the older one gets the more […]

Patema Inverted

“Patema Inverted” Released In UK Cinemas This May

by Grant Whiteon April 4, 2014
  Anime Limited will be releasing Yasuhiro Yoshiura’s Patema Inverted in UK cinemas this May. Patema is the princess of a subterranean society of humans who longs to go beyond the winding maze of tunnels. Doing so leads her to encounter a boy named Age, whose entire world is literally 180 degrees from that of […]

Spanish Produced Animation ‘Wrinkles’ Coming To UK Cinemas

by Grant Whiteon February 17, 2014
Anchor Bay Entertainment will be bring the 2011 Spanish animated drama Wrinkles to select UK cinemas Friday 18th April.  Based on the graphic novel by Paco Roca and directed by Ignacio Ferreras, the film is a look at the issues of old age and Alzheimer disease with a focus on the friendship between Emilio and […]