PVR Inox Pictures, one of India’s leading cinema chains, has announced that it will be hosting the Makoto Shinkai Film Festival in collaboration with the Japanese Film Festival India, The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, and CoMix Wave Films. The festival will showcase some of Shinkai Makoto San’s finest works such as Weathering with You, Suzume, 5 Centimeters per Second, Children Who Chase Lost Voices and Your Name, all with Japanese audio and English subtitles.
The festival is set to take place from May 19th, 2023, onwards, and will be a treat for anime fans in India who have long awaited an opportunity to watch these critically acclaimed movies on the big screen. Shinkai Makoto is a renowned anime director, screenwriter, and producer, who is known for his breathtaking visuals and captivating storytelling.
We are excited to announce the Makoto Shinkai Film Festival in collaboration with @JFF_India, @JFNewDelhi and @CWF_EN!— PVR Pictures (@PicturesPVR) May 6, 2023
Make sure that you watch @shinkaimakoto's biggest hits in cinemas from 19th May'23 onwards.#MakotoShinkai #JapanFoundation #JapaneseFilmFestival pic.twitter.com/UQB75Ufhth
This festival will provide anime fans across the country with a unique opportunity to watch some of the greatest anime movies of all time on the big screen.”
The festival has been receiving an overwhelming response from anime enthusiasts in India, who have been eagerly waiting for such an event. With the growing popularity of anime in India, the Makoto Shinkai Film Festival is expected to be a major draw for fans of the genre.
In addition to showcasing some of the best anime movies, the festival is also expected to create awareness about Japanese cinema and culture among Indian audiences. The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, has been working towards promoting Japanese culture in India for many years, and this collaboration with PVR Inox Pictures and CoMix Wave Films is yet another step towards achieving this goal.
The Makoto Shinkai Film Festival promises to be a memorable experience for anime fans in India, and with tickets set to go on sale soon, fans are urged to book their seats early to avoid disappointment. The festival is sure to leave a lasting impression on audiences and is a must-watch for anyone who loves anime.
Source – PVR’s Twitter