*Robot Carnival* Showing By Metro Anime

• Meeting For:

Metro Anime's, Asia Pacific Forums, Ltd.'s and Sans Diego Film Shorts' 2:30 PM Robot Carnival [Robotto Kaanibaru] showing, on Saturday, April 19, 2014. 

• Meeting Date and Meeting Time:

On Saturday, April 19, 2014, Holy Saturday, at 2:15 PM. 

• Meeting Venue and Meeting Location:

Producers' Club, located at 358 West 44th Street, and Ninth Avenue, on the Second Floor, near the southeast corner of the intersection of West 44th Street and Ninth Avenue, in Times Square, Manhattan.  Proceed to Studio 5, for Metro Anime's, Asia Pacific Forums, Ltd.'s and Sans Diego Film Shorts' 2:30 PM showing of Robot Carnival

• Meeting Program Description:

Robot Carnival (Japan, 1987, 91 minutes) is a big-budget anime anthology film consisting of ten segments about robots by nine top anime directors, including Akira creator ŌTOMO Katsuhiro.  The music (by Joe HISAISHI), art, and animation are all outstanding.  The stories vary from conventional to funny, romantic, and moving.  Shown in Japanese with English subtitles (but only 2 segments have any dialogue or narration).  Shown a brief introduction and concluding question and answer session.   

• Meeting Program Admission:

Program admission is free.  Seating and space are limited.  Seating is on a first come, first seated basis. 

• Meeting In The Location And Venue:

Enter Producers' Club and proceed to the Studio 5, and seek out the Convenor, who will likely be a State Ruist, who is a male of Asian descent, with short dark hair and a moustache, and possibly wearing eyeglasses and carrying either a black JanSport Ashland Waist Pack, a black Fūl SideCar E-Reader Messenger Case, a black with gray trim Targus CityGear Mini Messenger, or some combination there of.  In addition, one could possibly glance at the Convenor's picture, on the Convenor's The New York City Manga & Comics Group Member profile, as well.

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