‘YOUR NAME’ In Cinemas 23rd August 2017

IMAX® screenings with Japanese audio and English subtitles.

Regular screenings with both Japanese and English-language audio options.

One thing is certain. If we see each other, we’ll know.”

Mitsuha (Mone Kamishiraishi) and Taki (Ryunosuke Kamiki) have never met, but when the frustrated country girl wishes of a life in the big city, they will forge a connection both unexplainable and unforgettable.

In their dreams, the two swap lives, cultures and genders as they learn more about, and grow closer to, each other. What was once a shock becomes a joy-filled double life, but what will happen when they discover the red string of fate tying them together?

After making his debut in 1999 with the award-winning short She & Her Cat, Makoto Shinkai left his full-time job at video game developer Falcom to develop Voices of a Distant Star (2002), which he produced, wrote and directed himself.

Two years later, his first feature-length film The Place Promised in our Early Days was released to critical acclaim, launching a career that would be followed by the Miyazaki-esque fantasy Children Who Chase Lost Voices (released in the UK as Journey to Agartha), the emotional drama The Garden of Words and his first break-out mainstream success, Your Name.

★★★★★ EMPIRE


★★★★★ The Daily Telegraph


49th Sitges Film Festival: Best Animated Feature Length Film (Won)

40th Japan Academy Prize: Excellent Animation of the Year (Won)

2016 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards: Best Animated Film (Won)

60th London Film Festival: Best Film (Nominated)

44th Annie Awards: Best Animated Feature – Independent (Nominated)

In Cinemas 23rd August 2017


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