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Just Announced: Anime Festival


Join us for a selection of award-winning Japanese animations back on the big screen, including Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki classics screening at Riverside. Check out the program, below:

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My Neighbour Totoro
30 April at 4pm
Two young girls, Satsuki and Mei, have moved with their father into a new home in the country, while their mother recovers from illness in a nearby hospital. To their surprise, they soon discover that they share this home with some rather unusual creatures and even stranger neighbours – forest guardians that the girls dub Totoro. When trouble occurs, their new friends will help them rediscover hope.

mononokePrincess Mononoke
30 April at 6:30pm

Inflicted with its deadly curse, a young warrior sets out to the forests of the west in search of the cure that will save his life. Once there, he becomes inextricably entangled in a bitter battle that matches Lady Eboshi and a proud clan of humans against the forest’s animal gods who are led by the brave Princess Mononoke, a young woman raised by wolves!

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The Last: Naruto The Movie
1 May at 2pm

Two years after the fourth Great Ninja War, the moon is beginning a collision path towards the Earth. The countdown for the survival of the planet begins. Amongst the havoc, Hinata’s younger sister Hanabi is captured by the mysterious enemy, Toneri Ootsutsuki. Naruto must overcome great danger on a mission to save Hanabi and the world along with Hinata, Sai, Shikamaru, and Sakura. Witness the conclusion of a story that has been in the making for fifteen years and the beginning of a new era!

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Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’
1 May at 5pm
A duel of destiny! A battle beyond gods begins! Following the fight with Beerus the Destroyer, Goku and Vegeta are in training on Beerus’ world, under the guidance of his attendant, Whis. Meanwhile, with the earth at peace once again, Sorbet and Tagoma, two of the surviving members of the Freeza force, come by in search of the Dragon Balls. Their goal is to revive Freeza in order to revitalize their forces.

Our Anime Festival screens at Riverside Theatres 30 April – 1 May. Tickets on sale now!


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