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Tokyo Marble Chocolate

Generous but shy, Yudai is finally ready to declare his love. Cheerful but klutzy Chizuru has decided to break up.
There are two stories to every relationship, but can love survive if they don't meet halfway?

  • Naoyoshi Shiotani
    Oblivion Island, Psycho-Pass
  • George Wada
    Attack on Titan
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    60 minutes
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    July 2, 2019
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Director Biography - Naoyoshi Shiotani

Born in 1977, Shiotani belongs to Japan’s new generation of animation directors. Mesmerized by Ghibli classics in his childhood years, as he grew up he enrolled in an animation school, and after graduation, he joined Production I.G. His directorial debut, "Tokyo Marble Chocolate" (2007) won the Grand Prize in the Feature Films Section of SICAF 2008, and was Jury Recommended Work at the 12th Japan Media Arts Festival. Shiotani joined the staff of Production I.G’s first 3DCG animated feature film, "Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror" as storyboard artist an animation director, and the film eventually won ten awards around the world. In 2012, Shiotani directed his first full-length feature film, "Blood-C: The Last Dark", that received the Ecran Fantastic Prize at the 16th Fantasia Film Festival for the “amazing editing and horrifying Lovecraftian bestiary.” Between 2012 and 2013 he directed the highly praised dystopian SF series "Psycho-Pass", which proved a huge international success and led him to helm two more TV seasons, the feature film, "Psycho-Pass: The Movie" (2014), the "Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System" film trilogy (2019), and the forthcoming "Psycho-Pass Providence". He's a soft-spoken nice guy with a naughty boy inside.

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