IMAX London Extra Shows Your Name This Sunday – News

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There will be an additional examination for Makoto ShinkaiIqbal 2016 Your Name. employment Sunday May 22 12.30pm with tickets available here. This announcement follows a technical issue with a previous IMAX inspection of Your Name. On May 1, the movie was shown in Japanese but without subtitles.

In an email sent to customers who have purchased tickets for past shows, BFI IMAX said: “Check Your Name. On May 1st at BFI, Imax was shown without subtitles. All people who made the reservation were refunded, but we had multiple requests for an extra check. We are happy to announce that an additional show (with subtitles) will take place at BFI Imax on Sunday, May 22nd at 12:30. If you wish to book, you can do so online, in person at BFI Southbank (or per day at BFI Imax) or by phone (020 7928 3232, 11:30am-8:30pm daily).

employment Monday 23 MayThere will also be BFI IMAX shows for Katsuhiro Otomo‘s Akira (3 pm and 8.30 pm) and Satoshi Kon2001 movie Millennium Actress (6.15 m)

The rest of the shows left in the anime season At BFI Southbank in London (near Waterloo station) as follows:

Monday May 16

8.30 pm castle in the skyDirected by Hayao Miyazaki. Appointment Friday, May 20 at 8.30 pm

Wednesday May 18

8.45 pm Red pepperDirected by Satoshi Kon.

Thursday 19 May

6 pm Tomb of the firefliesDirected by Isao TakahataSubmitted by Alex Dudok de Wit. Appointment (No introduction) Friday, May 27 at 8.45pm

Saturday May 21

5.50 pm double bill: 5 centimeters per second And garden of wordsDirected by Makoto Shinkai.

8.15 pm perfect blueDirected by Satoshi Kon.

Sunday May 22

15:00 The place promised in our early daysDirected by Makoto Shinkai.

Monday 23 May

12.30 pm Tokyo GodfathersDirected by Satoshi Kon.

Tuesday 24 May

8.40 pm memoriesDirected by Koji MorimotoAnd Tensai Okamura And Katsuhiro Otomo.

Saturday 28 May

12.30 pmTokyo GodfathersDirected by Satoshi Kon

2.50 pm The girl who leaped through timeDirected by Mamoru Hosoda.

6 pm summer warsDirected by Mamoru Hosoda.

8.40 pm wolf childrenDirected by Mamoru Hosoda.

Sunday May 29

11.40 am The little Norse princeDirected by Isao Takahata. A special screening of the 1968 film for younger viewers; It’s a translator, but the live actor will read the translation through headphones.

Tuesday May 31

8.45 pm Lupine III: Calyostro CastleDirected by Hayao Miyazaki.

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