Posts Tagged ‘ Eleven Arts ’

Canadian Theatrical News: Maquia – When the Promised Flower Blooms

Eleven Arts have partnered up with Cineplex to bring Mari Okada and P.A. Works’ original film Maquia – When the Promised Flower Blooms to theatres in Canada this July. The movie opened in Japan on February 28th of this year with U.S. screenings also taking place in July. Continue reading

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Canadian Theatrical News: Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern – Part 1

Eleven Arts are teaming up with Cineplex to release the first of two Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern films in Canada this June. Adapted by Nippon Animation from Waki Yamato’s 1975-1977 manga series Here Comes Miss Modern, the first film opened in Japan last November, with the second set for sometime this year. The Canadian release is timed to coincide with its launch in the United States. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha: Reflection

Eleven Arts, King Records, and Cineplex are bringing the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha: Reflection theatrical film to the Canadian big screen this month. The first of a two-part movie project based on the Nanoha franchise initially opened in Japan last July. A limited theatrical run in the United States began earlier this month.

Directed by franchise newcomer Takayuki Hamana from a script by Nanoha creator Masaki Tsuzuki, the third entry in the film series is the first to tell an all-new story. A sequel, titled Detonation, is set to be released in Japan sometime later this year. Both are produced by Seven Arcs, the studio behind the franchise. Continue reading

Canadian Theatrical News: A Silent Voice: The Movie

Eleven Arts and Cineplex are bringing Kyoto Animation’s adaptation of Yoshitoki Oima’s A Silent Voice manga series to theatres across Canada this November. The film, which is directed by Naoko Yamada (K-On, Tamako Market, Sound! Euphonium) and written by Reiko Yoshida (Aria the Animation, Deltora Quest, Emma: A Victorian Romance), opened in Japan on September 17, 2016 and became one of the country’s highest grossing films last year. Continue reading

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