Visions partners with independent animation studio
Disney/Star Wars released the first trailer for the animated anthology Star Wars: Illusions today. Star Wars: Illusions will be released on Disney+ streaming on September 22 and will feature stories from seven Japanese anime studios, including Kamikaze, Trigger and Geno Studio.
Which episode of Star Wars: Visions did Kamikaze Douga create?
It’s clear that anime studio Kamikaze Douga will be partnering with Lucasfilm for the upcoming Star Wars: Illusions series this July.
A sort of blog post On the Star Wars website, dated July 3rd, it includes a rundown of the most important takeaways from a special Anime Expo Lite panel, during which Lucasfilm “pulled back the curtain on the series.”
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The panel showcased concept art and provided some plot details for the ongoing story. It also reveals the studios and creators behind each short film.
Star Wars: Illusions will feature The Duel, a kamikaze episode. Other studios involved include: Geno Studio, Studio Colorido, Trigger (two episodes), Kinema Citrus, Science Saru (two episodes) and Production IG – more details below.
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Source: YouTube [Star Wars]
What is the Kamikaze Douga studio known for?
Founded in Tokyo in 2003 by Mizusaki Junpei, Kamikaze Douga is a Japanese digital animation studio.
Their most recent work includes an animated music video for Polkadot Stingray’s song Keshin (below).They also collaborated with American country music singer-songwriter Sturgeon Simpson and Warner Bros. Entertainment.
For a full list of their anime to date, visit Anime News Network Articles about the company.
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At the aforementioned expo, Kamikaze revealed their concept art for this episode. A Star Wars blog post describes it as “Samurai-style Jedi and Sith” and “an astronomical mechanic in a straw hat.”
“It was simply irresistible,” said Jacqui Lopez, executive producer of the series. “We were all overwhelmed when we saw this artwork.”
Who are the other studios?
The other two studios, Science Saru and Trigger, have two episodes each. Trigger will produce The Twins and The Elder; Science Saru will produce Akakiri and T0-B1.
Geno Studio (twin engine) was confirmed by Lucasfilm as the studio responsible for an episode titled Lop and Ochō.
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“The design style of this short film really focuses on the collision of natural beauty and asymptotic industrialization,” Lopez said of Geno Studio’s visual effects.
The titular Lope is apparently a “space bunny man”.
“She’s lovable, expressive, and completely unwavering in her dedication to kindness, family, and loyalty,” Lopez was quoted as saying. “She’s amazing.”
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Bruno is a novelist, amateur screenwriter and journalist with interests in digital media, storytelling, film and politics. He has lived in France, China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines, but returned to the UK in 2020 to pursue a degree (and because of the pandemic). His articles appear in Groundviews, Forge Press, and The Friday Poem, most of which are available at Medium or onurbicycle.com.
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