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Astro Boy and the two-way street between Japanese and American Animation

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JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles

JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles Salon, Level 5

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Join Macoto Tezka and an American animation expert for a screening of Astro Boy and panel discussion on Japanese and American Animation.

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Japan America Society and JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles co-presentation!

Join us for a screening of Astro Boy and a panel discussion featuring Macoto Tezka and an American animation expert! Osamu Tezuka's "Astro Boy" brought on epic-making change in the history of Japanese animation. This first animated TV series in Japan formed the basis for a long lasting and flourishing culture of Japanese animation. We will be discussing the two way street of influence between Japanese and American animation.

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About Macoto Tezuka:

Born in Tokyo in 1961, Macoto TEZKA (TZK) is a "Visualist" and son of Osamu Tezuka. Tezka began filmmaking while in high school and won several film awards including Pia Film Festival. Since then, Tezka has turned into a successful creator in various fields; as a director of films, TV, and commercial ads.

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