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Coluboccoro Gets English-Subtitled Promotional Video

Coluboccoro? I hardly know where to go!

…Okay, that was terrible.

Earlier today, Kenji Itoso’s Kenji Studio began streaming an English-subtitled teaser for Coluboccoro. The studio plans to launch a KickStarter for the film in the near future, though no specific launch date was announced.

Coluboccoro was originally conceived by Itoso as a fantasy short. Itoso wrote, storyboarded, and directed the short, with Anime Innovation Tokyo producing. It won the grand prize in 2011’s Creative Market Tokyo, which led to the go-ahead to produce Santa Company.

The original short featured by music by Norhiko Tsuru, a theme song by Hanami, and Emiri Kato (Angel Beats!, Soul Eater) as the starring actress.

Source: Anime News Network

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