Feature film “K-On!” was among five anime titles nominated for best animation at the 35th Japan Academy Prize, organizers said.
Sayuri Ueda’s “The Ocean Chronicles” was recently named the winner of the 32nd Nihon SF Taisho Award by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of Japan.
“Tatsumi,” an animated film by Singaporean director Eric Khoo about Japanese manga artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi, won the best film awardi n
Three titles from Japanese game publishers have been nominated in the Best Animated Video Game category for the 39th Annie Awards
The winners of the 13th annual DigiCon6 digital content contest were announced Nov. 18, with Kosuke Sugimoto’s short anime “Sing In My Own Way” scooping the golden award,
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of Japan announced Oct. 31 that the anime TV series “Puella Magi Madoka Magica” was among five works
Feature film “Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. Solid State Society 3D” and the animated TV series “Hipira” were honored
“Black Butler,” a film about the multi-talented manservant of an aristocratic English family, won the best anime adaptation of a manga award at the Japan Expo Awards in Paris on June 30.
Nine digital-related content projects and services released in Japan in 2010 were honored for their excellence by the Association of Media in Digital (AMD)
“Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror,” an award-winning 3-D anime feature film produced with computer graphics, will be showcased at the 18th Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film,
Keikaku Ito, the sci-fi writer better known as Project Itoh outside Japan, was awarded a posthumous Special Citation of Excellence
“March Comes In Like a Lion,” a manga series by Chika Umino, won the Cartoon Grand Prize 2011 this month.
Sachio Fujima’s six-minute animated short, “My Way Home,” won the top honors at the Miyagi Sendai Animation Grand Prix 2011.
The winners of the 56th annual Shogakukan Manga Awards from Tokyo-based publisher Shogakukan Inc. were announced Jan. 21.
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