Eleven Arts adds more screenings of Poupelle of Chimney Town animated film across North America on January 7

The company is hosting screenings in New York, LA on December 30

Eleven Arts announced on Friday that he will be screening Studio 4 ° Cthe animated film of Akihiro Nishino‘s Chimney Town Doll (Entotsu-chō no Poupelle) picture delivered across North America starting Jan. 7. The company is hosting screenings in New York and Los Angeles for the first time on December 30.

Eleven Arts is showing a trailer for the film.

Eleven Arts produces english dubbing for the film, which debuted when it premiered at the Animation Is Film festival in Los Angeles on October 23. Director Yusuke Hirota and writer Akihiro Nishino had a virtual question-and-answer session after the film was screened at the festival.

English dubbing the cast includes:

Jamie Simone led the english dubbing, with a script adaptation of John sutherland. Geoffroy Wexler produced the dubbing.

Eleven Arts describes the movie:

Chimney Town Doll is the story of young Lubicchi living in the thick smoke of the chimneys of his isolated town, yearning to see the “stars” – to know the truth – that his father always told him about. One Halloween night, he meets Poupelle, a man made of trash, and together they gaze at the sky as their adventure begins. Spectacularly beautiful, filled with inspiring performances and splendid music and sound effects, and produced at Tokyo’s famous 4ºC Studio, Chimney Town Doll brings laughter, tears and joy.

The film opened in Japan in December 2020 and ranked No.4 and earned 322,998,700 (roughly US $ 3.13 million) on its opening weekend.

Hirota (CGI director for Berserk movie theater, Harmony) directed the film, with Nishino as production supervisor, original creator and screenwriter. Atsuko Fukushima (Genius party, Robots Carnival) designed the characters.

Source: Email correspondence

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