Screening Reports at Tokyo International Film Festival

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"Howl's Moving Castle" was screened by the Tokyo International Film Festival on October 23, 2004. It is the first time to screen officially as the Festival's opening nigit. The film festival was held in Roppongi Hills where is located the most advanced, cultural district in Japan.
"Howl" obtained the Ozzera prize by Venice International Film Festival, so many peoples paid attention to the new films. A lucky spectator who succeeded in obtaining the ticket attended opening at 10:00PM. Supervisor Hayao Miyazaki did not attend there, but Toshio Suzuki came there and speech. The movie ended at 0:00AM. All spectators did grand applause though it was midnight.

Roppongi Hills
(taking a picture: October 23, 2004)

Curtain of film festival

Howl's Poster

Movie street district in Roppongi Hills

Entrance in movie theater

Coverage team from France


Leaving scenery after screening ends

Interview coverage

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