Anime Limited Acquires ‘Giovanni’s Island’ For Theatrical & Home Video Release

Anime Limited Acquires ‘Giovanni’s Island’ For Theatrical & Home Video Release Add another feather to Anime Limited’s cap as the Glasgow based company has picked up another feature film with Giovanni’s Island. They’re planning a theatrical release in the UK in OCtober and November of this year which will be followed up by the home video release on December 8th, 2014. The home video release si getting three pretty solid editions that you can see all the details of below.

Andrew Partridge of Anime Limited says: ‘I fell in love with Giovanni’s Island when I first saw it! It’s a wonderful, interesting, touching story about a time in Japanese postwar history that has been overlooked by many. Not only is it an incredible story of friendship but it’s also a fascinating history lesson beautifully animated.’

Ultimate Edition:
– Collector’s Packaging, 18.1 x 21cm
– 76 page softback book delving deeper into the world of Giovanni’s Island – both for production and artwork.
– 55 minutes of extra features including a comprehensive Making Of (38 mins), Digital Art Gallery, Interview with the Russian voice of Tanya & a deleted music clip from the film!
– Limited to 1000 copies only in the world – so it’s a rare chance to see the best possible edition of Giovanni’s Island possible. Art card inside certifying the number the release is in the series.
– Dubbed and subtitled versions of the film on both DVD and Blu-Ray
SRP: £54.99
Release date: Winter 2014

Blu-ray Edition:
– Standard packaging (Amaray case)
– The film in high definition, both in English and Japanese with subtitles.
– 55 minutes of extra features including a comprehensive Making Of (38 mins), Digital Art Gallery, Interview with the Russian voice of Tanya & a deleted music clip from the film!
SRP: £19.99
Release date: 26/01/2015

DVD Edition:
– Standard packaging (Amaray case)
– The film, both in English and Japanese with subtitles.
– 55 minutes of extra features including a comprehensive Making Of (38 mins), Digital Art Gallery, Interview with the Russian voice of Tanya & a deleted music clip from the film!
SRP: £14.99
Release date: 26/01/2015

Plot concept: In the aftermath of the most devastating conflict mankind had ever experienced, the tiny island of Shikotan became part of the Sakhalin Oblast… and in this remote corner of the world, friendship among children from two different countries timidly blossomed, striving to overcome language barriers and the waves of history. Based on true events.

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