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2015 Japan Film Festival of San Francisco Expands Programming – Includes Oscar® Nominee and Studio Ghibli’s Latest Film!

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The 2015 Japan Film Festival of San Francisco is adding 16 acclaimed films to its programming – including Best Animated Feature Oscar-nominee The Tale of Princess Kaguya and Studio Ghibli’s latest film, When Marnie Was There (Pictured).

Other films of special note include Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises, and The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness – a documentary following the three key filmmakers of Studio Ghibli as they work to finish production on The Wind Rises and The
Tale of Princess Kaguya.

For a complete list of the expanded slate, follow the jump. The 2015 Japan Film Festival of San Francisco runs from Friday, August 7th to Sunday, August 16th at New People Cinema in Japantown.

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Toronto Film Critics Name Boyhood Best Film!

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Boyhood picked up three awards from the Toronto Film Critics Association last night – Best Film, Best Director – Richard Linklater, and Best Supporting Actress – Patricia Arquette.

Tom Hardy took Best Actor honors for Locke; Marion Cotillar was named Best actress for her work in The Immigrant, and J.K. Simmons got Best Supporting Actor for Whiplash.

Follow the jump for the complete list of winners.

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Boxtrolls and Dragons Lead The 42nd Annual Annie Awards Nominations!

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The Boxtrolls and How To Train Your Dragon 2 led the nominees for the 42nd Annual Annie Awards – with The Boxtrolls nabbing 13 noms and Dragon securing 10. Both are included in the Best Animated Feature Category where they are joined by Big Hero 6, Cheatin’, Song of the Sea, The Book of Life, The LEGO Movie and The Tale of Princess Kaguya.

The Annie Awards are given in recognition of achievement in animation for film and television. The complete list of nominations follow the jump. The Annie Awards will be presented on January 31st.

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