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

by on 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.

A Letter to MomoSeven years in the making and created by Production I.G, the studio that brought you Ghost In The Shell, A Letter to Momo combines state-of-the-art traditional hand drawn animation with heart-warming, emotional storytelling for children and adults alike.

A Letter to Momo will be screened at the following locations:

  • ICA, London
  • Mac, Birmingham
  • Watershed, Bristol
  • QUAD, Derby
  • Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee
  • Filmhouse, Edinburgh
  • Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Showroom Cinema, Sheffield
  • Broadway Cinema, Nottingham
  • QFT, Belfast

In addition to A Letter to Momo, The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme will also be screening Sunrise’s Short Peace – a collection of short animated films including the Oscar nominated Possessions.

For more details and tickets, please visit http://www.jpf-film.org.uk.

Check out the US trailer here


About A Letter to Momo

A Letter to Momo follows the adventures of Momo, an 11 year old girl whose entire world has been rocked by the untimely death of her father. Forced to leave her life in Tokyo and move to the small island where her mother grew up, Momo is tormented by a letter her father wrote to her – a letter containing only two words: Dear Momo. Soon after her arrival on the island, mysterious goings-on begin to torment the residents and Momo decides to uncover the truth behind them once and for all.

A beautiful animated feature film directed by Hiroyuki Okiura (of Jin-Roh: Wolf Brigade fame), A Letter to Momo is a magical, emotional and wonderful story. Anime Limited is very excited to be able to bring A Letter to Momo to theatres around the UK.




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