Ever since its dates were announced back in March, we've been eagerly awaiting this day - the unveiling of the full line-up for Scotland Loves Anime 2016.
As a reminder, the event takes place over the following dates and locations:
Glasgow Film Theatre - 14th-16th October 2016
Edinburgh Filmhouse - 17th-23rd October 2016
So, without further ado, let's see what (and indeed who) we'll be seeing across the course of the event:
Friday, 14th October
23:00 - Belladonna of Sadness
Saturday, 15th October
13:40 - Momotaro, Sacred Sailors (plus The Spider and the Tulip short)
16:15 - Pigtails
20:20 - Kizumonogatari: Parts 1 and 2
Sunday, 16th October
12:15 - Anthem of the Heart
15:00 - Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
17:30 - Mystery Film
The screening of Production I.G.'s Pigtails will be followed by a Q&A session with the film's director, Yoshimi Itazu.
Tickets for the Glasgow weekend are available for purchase from the Glasgow Film Theatre web site, where a limited number of weekend passes are also currently available.
Monday, 17th October
20:30 - The Place Promised in Our Early Days
Tuesday, 18th October
20:30 - The Garden of Words / Voices of a Distant Star
Wednesday, 19th October
20:30 - Belladonna of Sadness
Thursday, 20th October
20:30 - Princess Arete
Friday, 21st October
13:00 - Harmony
15:45 - Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
18:20 - Accel World: Infinite Burst
21:00 - Kizumonogatari: Parts 1 and 2
Saturday, 22nd October
13:00 - A Silent Voice
16:00 - Momotaro, Sacred Sailors
18:40 - Your Name.
21:10 - Redline
Sunday, 23rd October
13:00 - Girls und Panzer der Film
15:45 - Pigtails and other Production I.G. shorts
18:15 - Persona 3 the Movie 1: Spring of Birth
20:30 - The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
Tickets for the Edinburgh leg of the event are currently expected to go on sale on Friday, 9th September.
In addition to all of this, we have an event of our very own as part of the festivities, as the UK Anime Network Podcast LIVE takes place at the Edinburgh Filmhouse's Guild Room between 10:30AM and 12PM on Sunday, 23rd October. Attendance is open to all with no tickets required, and what's more it's absolutely free, so be sure to come along and join the fun!
So, what films are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments if you'll be coming along and to what!