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GKIDS Screening Animation Retrospective including ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ and ‘Ernest and Celestine’

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GKIDS
is quickly becoming one of the most notable independent distribution companies in the US and this newly announced event is going to solidify its presence in the hearts of animation lovers.

Starting July 12th through September 3rd, with the help of Angelika and Reading Theaters, GKIDS will be screening 8 feature animated films in six major cities: Honolulu, New York, Washington DC, Dallas, Sacramento, and San Diego.

The retrospective is titled AN ANIMATED WORLD: CELEBRATING 5 YEARS OF GKIDS CLASSICS and will include the screenings of:GKIDS_retrospective_films_my_neighbor_totoro_a_cat_in_paris_ernest_and_celestine_secret_of_kells

  •  My Neighbor Totoro
  • The Secret of Kells
  • A Cat in Paris
  • Ernest & Celestine
  • Nocturna, Tales of the Knight
  • Eleanor’s Secret
  • Mia & The Migoo
  • Along with a selection of shorts from the New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival.

This event comes at a really great time as summer has just begun and there’s no better way to escape the heat than by enjoying some old, and new animated favorites at the theater.

GKIDS will be handling the distribution in the US for the upcoming releases of The Tale of Princess Kaguya by Isao Takahata for Studio Ghibli, Song of the Sea by Tomm Moore, and A Letter to Momo by Hiroyuki Okiura.

To get more info on how to get tickets in your city check out the Angelika’s website.

(via Animation World Network)

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