Independent film distributor Axinite Digicinema has announced on Saturday that they will be screening the Japanese live-action film Snow Flower (Yuki no Hana) in local cinemas next month.
Theater chain SM Cinema has revealed on Wednesday additional details on the films that will be shown on the upcoming Philippine leg of The ODEX Film Festival (TOFF).
Singapore-based anime licensor ODEX has announced on Tuesday that the second live-action movie adaptation of the comedy series Gintama will be screened in cinemas in Southeast Asia soon.
Terrestrial broadcaster GMA Network has announced in a television advertisement on Wednesday that the 2011 live-action film adaptation of Ashita no Joe will air on GMA News TV this Saturday.
The Japan Foundation Manila has announced on Monday that the annual film festival Eigasai PH will happen from July 4 to August 26 in five key cities in the country.
Event organizer Cosplay.ph has announced on Sunday that Japanese stage actors Hiroki Ino and Kosuke Asuma are set to attend as special guest on their upcoming event Cosplay Mania this year.
Filipino-dubbed movie channel Tagalized Movie Channel (TMC) has announced last week that the live-action film adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul is set to premiere this month.
Following the success of Makoto Shinkai's your name. (Kimi no Na wa.), the hit anime film is set to receive the Hollywood treatment as Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions acquired the rights to produce a live action adaptation.
Anime Pilipinas has learned that three Japanese films, including Makoto Shinkai's your name. (Kimi no Na Wa.), will be shown during The Best of Anime 2017.
Filipino language anime channel HEROtv has announced in a teaser post on social media Monday that the live-action movie No Longer Heroine (Heroine Shikkaku) is set to premiere on the channel soon.