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SHIROBAKO The Movie

Released Aug 10, 2021 1h 59m Anime Comedy Drama List
Reviews Four years after the events of SHIROBAKO the series, Musashino Animation has gone through unprecedented changes and things are looking bleak for the studio. One day, Aoi Miyamori is offered a role managing a new theatrical animation project. With only a few months left before the deadline, can MusAni complete the project in its current state? It's up to Aoi to work alongside both familiar faces and new to finish the project in time! Read More Read Less

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Brittany Vincent IGN Movies Shirobako: The Movie is a charming addition to the slice-of-life drama series, and it's undeniably fun to catch up with a wide array of characters who popped up throughout the course of the anime. Rated: 7/10 Aug 11, 2021 Full Review Charles Solomon FilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles) It is very silly -- some of it is an inside joke -- but the more you know about animation and anime, the more the jokes you'll get... Wonderfully silly with a lot of laughs. Aug 10, 2021 Full Review Matt Schley Japan Times Offers up a depiction of the anime industry that's humorous but down-to-the-details accurate. Rated: 3.5/5 Mar 6, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Four years after the events of SHIROBAKO the series, Musashino Animation has gone through unprecedented changes and things are looking bleak for the studio. One day, Aoi Miyamori is offered a role managing a new theatrical animation project. With only a few months left before the deadline, can MusAni complete the project in its current state? It's up to Aoi to work alongside both familiar faces and new to finish the project in time!
Director
Tsutomu Mizushima
Screenwriter
Michiko Yokote
Distributor
Eleven Arts
Genre
Anime, Comedy, Drama
Original Language
Japanese
Release Date (Theaters)
Aug 10, 2021, Limited
Runtime
1h 59m