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Uniqlo presents: We Love Anime

Date: 2011 February 15th Tuesday [17:02] | Posted By: Joe

The good folks at Uniqlo and Manga Entertainment have teamed up to sponsor the We Love Anime Film Festival across the UK. Appropriately the festival was launched on the 14th of February.

Screenings will be held across the following locations in 2011.

Edinburgh: Filmhouse (March 26th-27th)
Birmingham: Appearing at The Electric Cinema as part of Flatpack Film Festival (March 26th)
Leeds: Appearing at The Hyde Park Cinema as part of Leeds Young People’s Film Festival (April 2nd)
Bexley: Appearing as part of BAM 2011
Dublin: Appearing at Cineworld as a part of Cinemagic (May 13th-15th)
Dumfries: Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre (June)
Newcastle: Tyneside Cinema (Date TBC)
London: The Barbican (July)

The films being screened will vary at each location. They do have a great line up including:
Redline
Summer Wars
King of Thorn
Laputa Castle in the Sky
Sword of the Stranger
The Disappeance of Haruhi Suzumiya

Additionally, if you're keen to see Redline in London, you can catch it at the Barbican on Tuesday 22nd February 2011 as part of the centre's regular Japanimation season.
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Details as follows:

We Love Anime

We Love Anime will be coming to a range of venues across the British Isles and Ireland from March until July. The list of confirmed venues keeps growing so check back on Facebook, Twitter or here to find out as more venues are added.

Want to see this at a cinema near you? Drop us a line at wantascreening@we-loveanime.com

1. 26/03/11 – Birmingham, The Electric Cinema

Address:

The Electric Cinema
47–49 Station Street
Birmingham
B5 4DY

Films in line-up: Redline

Box office: 0844 870 0000 | Online URL to follow
Website: http://www.flatpackfestival.org/ | http://www.theelectric.co.uk/

In association with Flatpack Film Festival.

2. 26/03 – 27/03/11 Edinburgh at The Filmhouse

Address:

Filmhouse Cinema,
88 Lothian Road
Edinburgh,
EH3 9BZ

Films in line-up: Summer Wars | King of Thorn | Laputa Castle in the Sky | Sword of the Stranger

Box office: 0131 228 2688 | Online URL to follow
Website: http://www.filmhousecinema.com

3. 02/04/11 – Leeds, Hyde Park Picturehouse

Address:

Hyde Park Cinema,
Brudenell Road,
Leeds,
LS6 1JD

Films in line-up: Summer Wars | Redline | Laputa Castle in the Sky | TBA

Box office: 0113 275 2045 | Online URL to follow
Website: http://www.leedsyoungfilm.co.uk/

As a part of Leeds Young Person’s Film Festival.

4. 13/05 – 15/05/11 – Dublin, Cineworld

Address:

Parnell St
Dublin 1,
Co. Dublin City,
Ireland

Films in line-up: Redline | Summer Wars | Laputa Castle in the Sky | The Disappeance of Haruhi Suzumiya

Box office: Booking details to follow
Website: http://www.cinemagic.org.uk/

Appearing as a part of Cinemagic 2011.

5. 04/06 – 07/06 – Dumfries, Robert Burns Film Theatre

Address:

Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre
Mill Road,
Dumfries,
DG2 7BE

Box office: 01387 264808 | Online URL to follow
Website: http://www.rbcft.co.uk/filmfestival/index.html

6. 04/07/11 – London, Barbican

Address:

The Barbican,
Silk Street,
City of London,
EC2Y 8DS

Box office: 020 7638 8891 | Online URL to follow
Website: http://www.barbican.org.uk/film

7. TBC Date – Newcastle, Tyneside Cinema

Address:

Tyneside Cinema,
Pilgrim Street,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
NE1 6QG

Box office: Booking details to follow
Website: http://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/

Source: We Love Anime

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