Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle Cinema Reminder Plus a Big London Fife
Date: 2022 Feb 01 20:42
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A reminder to anime fans based in the UK and Ireland that Mamoru Hosoda’s latest film Belle will hit theaters on Friday 4 February 2022. You can find tickets and book screenings www.bellefilm.co.uk,
good people in film distributors Anime Limited Naturally wanting to tell as many people as possible about the film. They are putting up good prominent posters at Oxford Circus on the London Underground and elsewhere around the Tube network.
Plus they’ve even painted a giant mural on Camden Lock which is bound to grab some attention!
We’ve already seen the film and can confirm that hiring an artist collective to paint the giant mural for a major North London location in London is worth it. you can do it Read our review of Belle to learn more, This is one of those rare pleasures of an anime film. Just go out and look at it.
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Anyone walking through the busy street of North London’s Camden Town will be struck by an unexpected sight this week – a giant image of an animated character with pink Dayglo hair. Who is Belle really?
artist collective global street art To showcase the acclaimed smash-hit film, the iconic location in the historic Camden Lock location has painted a giant mural rangiliReleased exclusively in UK cinemas this month.
Painted over three days by a team of four, and capturing the extraordinary texture of this soon-to-be-mythical film character, the mural is the very definition of charming.
Andrew Partridge, Co-Founder and CEO of Anime Limited, says: “rangili It shows how connected the digital world is to our own selves, so we wanted to make sure that the promotion of the film was in line with that spirit. Establishing a meaningful physical presence in the heart of London to engage with our online efforts felt like the most honest way to do this. I think it’s impossible to look at such stunning artwork in person and not ask myself, ‘Who is it? rangili,
Directed by Oscar-nominated, visionary director Mamoru Hosoda, the film tells the story of a shy teenage girl whose Metaverse avatar, Belle, is a world-renowned singer. It has already grossed $60 million worldwide, becoming Hosoda’s highest-grossing film of all time, while trailer So far 4 million views have been collected on YouTube.
rangili Releasing in UK cinemas this week on 4 February. rangili It had its world premiere at the 74th Cannes Film Festival, where it was met with a 14-minute long standing ovation, the UK premiere was screened in competition at the 65th BFI London Film Festival, and has received a host of five-star reviews.
“Spelling Binding” ★★★★★ Robbie Colin, The Daily Telegraph
“Shiny” ★★★★★ Phil Day Semelin, Time Out
“A Feast for the Heart and the Senses” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Kevin Harley, Total Film
“Mamoru Hosoda Creates a World You’ve Long To Climb Inside” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Emily Breen, HeyGuys
“An exciting sensory experience with emotional depth” ★ ★ ★ ★ Kambole Campbell, Empire
“A Dazzling Story” ★★★★★ Stephen Kelly, SFX
“Simply Brilliant” ★★★★★ James Perkins, Starburst
Suzu is a 17-year-old high school student who lives with her father in a rural village. Over the years, she has remained only a shadow. One day, she enters “U”, a virtual world of 5 billion members on the Internet. There, she is no longer Suzu but the world famous singer Belle. She soon meets a mysterious creature. Together, they embark on a journey of adventure, challenges and love to become who they really are.
Source: Anime Limited