Night Screening in Park
The park turns into a movie theater! On a night breeze, let’s traverse the world with animation! Unique short animations from around the world will be screened, along with talks on their countries of origin. Films with dialogue will be subtitled in English or Japanese. On the day of screening, English Language Support will also be available at the venue. These films are family friendly.Please feel very welcome to bring yours and enjoy. We look forward to seeing you there!
Navigator; MIZUE Mirai (Animation director)
Coodinator; ONO TOMOKO(New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival-Chief Director)
Films provided by; New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival
Suitable for; Ages 0 and up
Date; (1) August 27 (Sat) 19:00-20:00
(2) August 28 (Sun) 19:00-20:00 *Venue changed
Opening hour; 15 minutes before
From 4 years old to junior high and high school students …¥400
Adults (ages 18 and up) …¥600
*Free for children under 3 years old (reservation required).
Capacity; 150 persons
August 28 (Sun)
Minami-Nagasaki Sports Center
*Please use public transportation such as trains and buses before visiting.
Today’s 19:00, “Animation Travel!” (Toshima Summer Arts Festival 2022) the venue has been changed to “Minami-Nagasaki Sports Center” due to inclement weather.
For inquiries regarding this matter on the day of the event, please contact. tel 080-9773-5366（11:00～20:00）
*No food or drinks. You may only bring in drinking water with a lid. Make sure to keep yourself hydrated.
*Do not enter with high-heeled shoes or spiked shoes on. Be careful not to cause damage or scratch pavement.
Fly Me to HOKKAIDO
Country of production Japan
Director Andrea Leoni
Country of production Italy
Cat Lake City
Director Antje Heyn
Country of production Deutschland
Director Basil Vogt
Country of production Switzerland
Meow or Never
Director Neeraja Raj
Country of production United Kingdom
Director Ignasi López Fàbregas
Country of production Spain
Let's make The Dance Animation together!
Director MIZUE Mirai
Country of production Japan
Reservation required／First-come basis
starts at 11:00 on Friday, July 15th
*Please select「通常料金」”full-fare” for adult tickets.
*If you wish to cancel or change your reservation, please be sure to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the reserved person, number of participants, and the details before and after the change.
This event has reached capacity and registration is now closed.
We will contact you when cancellations occur and seats are available, so please apply if you wish.
We will contact you in the order of application to the email address registered from the application form. *Please note that we will not contact you if a seat is not available.
*The information you provide will be used only for the purposes of “Toshima Summer Arts Festival”
Arts Network Japan
TEL 03-5961-5200 / MAIL email@example.com
MIZUE Mirai (1981, Fukuoka) is an animation director who creates non-narrative pieces with cellular and geometric motifs. Known for his unique, eye-catching abstract animations, MIZUE is involved in a wide variety of projects that include independent animation and music videos. His most famous work, “MODERN No. 2” enjoyed its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and won the Original Music Prize at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. The world premiere of MIZUE’s “WONDER” took place at the Berlin International Film Festival and went on to win the CANAL + Creative Aid prize at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
ONO Tomoko (1976, Sapporo) has been working as Chief Director for New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival (Chitose Hokkaido) since the first edition. She has also planned many screening events of independent movies, animated films, and workshops in Hokkaido. She is the coordinator of Sapporo International Art Festival 2017.
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival 2022
2022.11.3 – 11.6
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival is an animation festival dedicated to animated films held at the terminal building of New Chitose Airport (Hokkaido, Japan), which connects Hokkaido with the rest of the world. The 8th edition this year is held in a hybrid format consisting of both in-theatre and virtual screenings and events. The festival provides an exciting experience that is only possible as a one-and-only “airport festival”.