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Khara Hiring Animators & VFX Artists for Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0


Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 Teaser VisualWell, hopefully this can quell the discussions that this film isn’t coming.

Earlier today, studio Khara published a series of job listings to their website. The company is looking to hire staffers for upcoming film Shin Evangerion Gekijōban:|| (Evangelion: 3.0+1.0). Specifically, Khara is seeking staffers in the following positions:

  • 3D CGI Animatiors
  • Visual Effects Staff
  • 2D Animators

Applications will be accepted through June 2018. Details on the three positions were also revealed, which we’ve broken down below:

2D Animators & 3D CGI Animators

Duties: Animation, modeling, and designing using various CGI software
Type of Work: Contract
Compensation: 210,000 yen ($1,916.98 USD), negotiable depending on skill
Required Skills: All ages, all experience levels including new graduates

Visual Effects Staff

Duties: Visual Effects artistry and composition using various CGI software.
Type of Work: Contract
Compensation: 180,000 yen ($1,643.12 USD), negotiable depending on skill
Required Skills: All ages, all experience levels including new graduates

Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 was originally slated to hit Japanese theaters in 2015. The film’s title was originally unveiled in 2012. At the time, it was explained that the :|| was a musical symbol to denote repetition at the end of a measure.

To date, three films have been produced in the Rebuild of Evangelion line:

  • Evangelion 1.0: You Are [Not] Alone (2007)
  • Evangelion 2.0: You Can [Not] Advance (2009)
  • Evangelion 3.0: You Can [Not] Redo (2012)

Funimation currently holds the domestic rights to all three features. The company released Evangelion 3.0 on Blu-Ray in North America in 2016. The Blu-Ray, was delayed from a planned September 2013 launch, was co-produced by Studio Khara.

Source: Otakomu

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