Mamoru Hosoda’s Wolf Children To Get Theatrical Run


Source: Group 1200 Media
Summary:

Group 1200 Media announced that Mamoru Hosoda's Wolf Children will get a theatrical run. Tugg, Inc. will screen the film on September 27, 2013 at Los Angeles's Laemmle Town Center 5 theater. In addition, the film will be available via Tugg's event crowdsourcing platform.

Group 1200 will collaborate with Tugg, Inc. to distribute and market the film.


Group 1200 Media announced that Mamoru Hosoda's Wolf Children will get a theatrical run. Tugg, Inc. will screen the film on September 27, 2013 at Los Angeles's Laemmle Town Center 5 theater. In addition, the film will be available via Tugg's event crowdsourcing platform.

Group 1200 will collaborate with Tugg, Inc. to distribute and market the film.

Group 1200 Media Logo2013 winner of the Japan Academy Prize for Best Animated Film,

WOLF CHILDREN opens in Los Angeles Beginning September 27

via Tugg, Inc.

Flower Mound, TX— September 26, 2013, WOLF CHILDREN, 2013 winner of the Japan Academy Prize for Best Animated Film, will be released theatrically this fall by Tugg, Inc (www.tugg.com ). WOLF CHILDREN will open in Los Angeles at the Laemmle Town Center 5 on September 27th, and will simultaneously be available to audiences nationwide through Tugg’s unique platform for crowdsourcing events in movie theaters. Tugg and WOLF CHILDREN distributor, Group 1200 Media will collaborate to support distribution and marketing  to help bring the film to wider audiences.

Wolf Children is a staggeringly beautiful animated feature film from director Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars). This epic cinematic achievement follows Hana, a woman who falls in love with a Wolf Man and gives birth to two half human, half wolf children. After the tragic death of her beloved, Hana seeks refuge in rural town where she attempts to build a life for herself and her children.

Additional information about the film may be found at http://wolfchildrenmovie.com/

Tickets for the LA screening may be purchased at : http://www.laemmle.com/films/37440#get-tickets

To sign up to host a screening of WOLF CHILDREN in your town, please visit http://www.tugg.com/titles/wolf-children

 

About Group 1200 Media

Group 1200 Media is a multifaceted entertainment conglomerate encompassing FUNimation(R) Entertainment, Giant Ape Media and Group 1200 Products (GameSamba and Immerz). This production, marketing, and distribution corporation strives tirelessly to accomplish its mission of delivering the highest quality entertainment brands – along with their associated products – across a multitude of genres. Group 1200 Media is committed to continually releasing and developing exciting new properties representative of its diverse background in the entertainment industry. Additional information may be found at www.group1200.com.

 

About Tugg, Inc.

Tugg, Inc. (“Tugg”) is a crowdsourcing platform that enables individuals, organizations and companies to host special events in theaters nationwide. Through Tugg, people are empowered to curate unique theatrical engagements with the support of their immediate and online community. With Tugg’s nationwide network of exhibitors, fans everywhere can showcase Tugg’s expansive library of studio and independent films. www.tugg.com

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