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London Barbican Screenings for May and June 2010

Date: 2010 April 19th Monday [14:33] | Posted By: Joe

The good folks at the London Barbican have sent us details for their anime line up in May and June 2010. On Tuesday 25th of May anime expert Helen McCarthy will introduce an action packed double bill of Summer Wars at 6:15pm and Dante's Inferno at 8:45pm.

Then on Tuesday 15th June at 8:30pm the Barbican will screen King of Thorn (which is also introduced by Helen McCarthy). As always with popular events we suggest you book early to avoid disappointment.
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Press release as follows:

barbican film
Japanimation May-June 2010
barbican.org.uk/film
Box Office: 0845 120 7527

Tuesday 25 May (Part of Animate the World 2010)
Helen McCarthy introduces an action-packed anime double bill.
In Japanese with English subtitles
6.15pm Summer Wars (#) (Japan 2009 Dir. Mamoru Hosoda 114 min)
Kenji, the nerdy hero of Summer Wars, spends almost his whole life inside the online world of Oz. However, his real and virtual lives become more complex when he meets the beautiful Natsuki and his Oz account is hacked. While disaster ensues in cyber space, the chaos spreads into reality and Kenji with his gaming warriors must fight the rogue program which now threatens the actual world. Director Mamoru Hosoda breaks free of his early mentor Miyazaki's shadow with this highly original and superbly paced new feature.
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8.45pm Dante's Inferno (18) (Japan/Korea/US 2010 84 min)
Visionary animation directors from around the world have collaborated on Dante's Inferno, an epic exploration of Dante Alighieri's classic vision of the nine circles of Hell. Returning from the Crusades to find his family slain and his betrothed Beatrice dragged down into Hell, our hero must search the depths of his own soul before he can defeat Lucifer and release his beloved from everlasting torment. A stunning spectacle of design featuring the voice talents of Mark Hamill, Victoria Tennant and Vanessa Branch.

Tuesday 15 June
8.30pm King of Thorn (15) (Japan 2010 Dir. Kazuyoshi Katayama 120 min)
Helen McCarthy introduces King of Thorn, a dark anime reworking of the sleeping beauty myth. When the Medusa virus becomes a deadly pandemic, just 160 people are chosen to be cryogenically frozen in the hope that, when they awake, a cure will have been discovered. But it is the monsters that await them that makes for a truly gripping fight for survival. From the sci-fi manga by Yuji Iwahara.
In Japanese with English subtitles


barbican.org.uk/film
Box Office: 0845 120 7527

Ticket prices:
Book online and save up to 2 off every ticket!
Standard: 7.50 online (9.50 full price)
Barbican Members: 6.50 online (7.50 full price)
Concessions: 7.50
Under 15: 4.50
Monday Madness: all tickets 5.50

Source: Barbican

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