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Quite eventful week on ANIMATSUDA blog!

Loooooong waited music video by ANIMATSUDA and  is out!
Video directed by Miho Lomon, produced by Rumpus Animation. www.rumpusanimation.com

Count Skylarkin & Harvey K-Tel: Dubplate Iko

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1st July 2012 ANIMATSUDA joined a lovely birthday party to run a craft workshop with 5-10 years old girls!

We all made our original photo frames!Children enjoyed threading the ribbons around the frame, decorating with cute stickers and drawing their faces.

We had great fun!  Happy Birthday!!!!

今回も、広島国際アニメーションフェスティバルに、応援団アニメーションの第九弾、そして、第十弾を載せていただきました。
細く長く、被災地の復興を少しでも支援していければと思います。

広島国際アニメーションフェスティバル 頑張れ日本 支援作品
http://hiroanim.org/ja2012/07cheer/7-02.html

Hiroshima Animation Festival has uploaded ANIMATSUDA’s Pixilate to Heal No.9 and No.10 on their website.
I would like to continue my little support for a long time.

Hiroshima International Animation Festival Cheer Japan Support Artworks
http://hiroanim.org/ja2012/07cheer/7-02.html

YES!!! Pixilate to Heal No.10 is finally uploaded on YouTube!

Please donate on Save the Children Japan Earthquake Tsunami Relief via Just Giving.
http://www.justgiving.com/animatsuda

2011年9月10日、11日、ロンドンテムズフェスティバルにて、日本大使館による Akari Lantern Project 東日本大震災の被災地復興のためのチャリティーイベントが行なわれました。
折り紙、缶バッジワークショップ、そして夜のパレードに向けて手作りちょうちんなどが作られました。パレードでは、Joji Hirotaによる和太鼓生演奏とともに、たくさんの人がちょうちんを持って歩きました。このイベントで、£2304.53 の寄付義援金が集められました。
このお金はすべて、、日本協会 東日本大震災災害救済基金にに送られました。

このアニメーションに参加してくれた方々は、チャリティーイベントに参加してくれた応援団たちです。
イギリスより、被災地の方々に、みんなの元気が届きますように。

The Japan Embassy organised Akari Lantern Project at London Thames Festival 10th and 11th March 2011 to raise money for Japan’s recovery from the earthquake and tsunami disaster.
There were origami, badge and Lantern making workshops. Many people has joined the night parade with their hand made lanterns in their hands and there also Joji Hirota’s live performance of taiko drums. They collected £2304.53 from this event.
All the donations have been sent to the Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund set up by the Japan Society – UK.

This animation shows some of the attendees as cheerleaders for all those affected.
We hope our smiles will reach Japan!

Hello All!
Pixilate to Heal animation will be screened at Japan Memorial Concert in Ealing on Sat 10th March!

This is a charity concert which includes performances of opera, piano, flute, cello and taiko.
Admission fee £10 (Free for children aged 12 and under)
Advance booking £8

St Barnabas Church (How to get there)

Come and join us! 🙂

Please donate on Save the Children Japan Earthquake Tsunami Relief via Just Giving.
http://www.justgiving.com/animatsuda

2011年6月19日、ロンドンを拠点に活動する劇団、A Thousand Cranesが子どもと共に、子どものために、With Children For Childrenというチャリティーイベントを行ないました。
このイベントでは、親子向けの劇、朗読、和太鼓などのパフォーマンスなどの他に、折り紙、無双修行、寿司、書道などのワークショップも催されました。
このイベントで、£4234.11 の募金が集められ、日本協会 東日本大震災災害救済基金に、被災地復興のために送られました。
このアニメーションに参加してくれた方々は、With Children For Childrenに参加してくれた応援団たちです。
イギリスより、被災地の方々に、みんなの元気が届きますように。

ANIMATSUDAの応援アニメーションはまだまだ続きます。
活動内容はここにアップしています。
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

London based theatre company, A Thousand Cranes organised a charity event called ‘With Children For Children’ on 19th June 2011.
The event featured a family friendly theatre performance, picture book show and taiko drumming. There were also various workshops including origami, the way of the samurai, calligraphy and sushi making.
This event has raised £4234.11. All donations have been sent to the Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund set up by the Japan Society – UK.

This animation shows some of the attendees at their Closing Night Party as cheerleaders for all those affected.
We hope our smiles will reach Japan!

I was delighted to watch all of our dance films on the big screen in Filmhouse in Edinburgh. It was also a big first step for my animation to be screened outside London, where it was filmed. It was very inspiring to watch such a different range of techniques and approaches to dance film. I enjoyed the discussion afterwards, getting information about how other directors came up with their ideas and how they translated to film. Gaining more information about funding was also very valuable for my future projects.
I was delighted to meet the great directors Brune and Hamish in person. Thank you very much Steph and Lucy for creating this great opportunity.

ANIMATSUDA joined Japan Society’s Akari Lantern Project at Thames Festival on 10th and 11th September 2011. This event took place exactly 6 months after the March earthquake and tsunami hit Japan. We don’t see as much news on the web about the area affected as before, but people still have been putting a lot of effort into the recovery and reconstruction.

The Japan Society has come up with the project to carry hand made lanterns with all the good wishes to Japan at the Thames Festival Night Carnival. The parade was accompanied with Joji Hirota’s taiko drummers and many people joined to walk together in the night of London.

ANIMATSUDA filmed the daytime session with Japan Society where there were origami and calligraphy workshops, badge and lantern making stalls.

Thank you very much for all the people who participated in our ouendan animation! We hope that your smile and heart will reach the people who have been affected by the disaster.

Photos are available to view on Picasa Web Albums.
Akari Lantern Project 10th September 2011
Akari Lantern Project 11th September 2011

ANIMATSUDA will be filming ouendan animation at Thames Festival TOMORROW and SUNDAY!

We will be filming in front of Tate Modern!!

COME AND JOIN US!!!

The programme is here!
http://www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/japanuk150/events/andmore/Akari_Project2011.html

More detailed lists of what’s happening at the Akari Lantern Project.

Date:10th, 11th September 2011
Venue: Themes Festival, outside Tate Modern

ANIMATSUDA will be there between 12:00-18:00.

http://www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/japanuk150/events/andmore/Akari_Project2011.html