Date: February 12, 2024 19:45
Posted by Joe
The good people from streaming giant Crunchyroll have sent us details about the new Studio BONES Documentary. To celebrate Crunchyroll has produced a new 4-part documentary to chronicle the history behind hit films such as Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’on Heaven’s Door (The Cowboy Bebop Movie), My Hero AcadeKaren, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, etc
BONES 25: Dreaming Forward will premiere on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 and coincide with the release of Studio BONES’ new anime, Metallic Rouge.
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The press release is as follows:
CUNCHYROLL TO PRODUCE RESPECTIVE DOCUMENTARY SERIES IN CELEBRATION OF STUDIO’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY
The four-part documentary, released in celebration of BONES’ new series Metallic Rouge, premieres February 13.
Crunchyroll, the ultimate home of anime worldwide, today announced that it has produced and will air a brand new four-part documentary series about one of Japan’s greatest anime series. . famous animation studio. Movie-BONES 25: DREAMING FORWARD-will begin streaming on Crunchyroll on February 13coinciding with the release of the Studio BONES-produced film Metallic Rouge.
BONE 25: DREAMING FORWARD includes four 24-minute documentary episodes about the famous studio behind the hit anime series Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’on Heaven’s Door, My Hero AcadeKaren, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and more. The documentary was produced by Crunchyroll and French production company DeltaRocket. DeltaRocket’s Jace directed the series and has directed more than 40 documentaries for French television, including Canal+, Arte, M6 and TCM.
Masahiko Minami, President of BONES, described the studio as follows: “We want to build a place where we can find new forms of expression, new genres and new themes through creativity. create. Looking back, I am extremely happy and grateful to rediscover the works we have been creating with our wonderful friends.”
“Studio BONES is behind some of the most iconic anime of a generation,” said Asa Suehira, Chief Content Officer at Crunchyroll. “It’s fitting that anime fans want an unprecedented look at the side in their creators and studios. To give fans that look, we teamed up with an amazing documentary storyteller in DeltaRocket to turn the camera around and highlight one of Japan’s great anime storytellers.”
BONES 25: DREAMING Forward explores the creation of Studio BONES and its most legendary series. From high-quality adaptations of beloved manga to unique and original animated stories, the history of this anime storyteller has captivated fans of the storied studio. The film was shot entirely in Japan and consists of four parts-“The History of Bone””Style and Originality”,”Successful Adaptation” and”Metallic Rouge: The Future of Bone”. More than 30 characters are introduced throughout the episodes, including those of Masahiko Minami (President), ONE (author of “Mob Psycho 100″), Shinichiro Watanabe (Director), Kafka Asagiri (Man creator) and Yutaka Izubuchi (Concept Author and Series Composition of Metallic Rouge) and Motonobu Hori (Director of Metallic Rouge).
DeltaRocket was founded by Jace in 2021. Before DeltaRocket, he frequently traveled and filmed in Japan for over 20 years for many documentaries, understanding and respecting Japanese culture. As a fan of manga and anime, his team works directly with cinematographers, cinematographers, translators and installation fixers in Japan to create high-quality shows in his home country. he is in France.
There are over 30 series and special Crunchyroll offers from Studio BONES including Bungo Stray Dogs, The Case Study of Vanitas, Eureka Seven and SK8 the Infinity, with more coming soon to Crunchyroll.
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