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Win Giovanni's Island on Blu-ray
Asian Films at the Glasgow Film Festival 2015

Asian Films at the Glasgow Film Festival 2015
Some big hitters make their UK premiers in this impressive line-up
Anime Limited release tentative Q2 2015 line-up

Anime Limited release tentative Q2 2015 line-up
Baccano Blu-ray, Kill la Kill Part 3 and much more
MVM Entertainment license Super Sonico The Animation for UK release
New Releases - January 26th 2015

New Releases - January 26th 2015
More Naruto Shippuden arrives
Viewster streaming The Rolling Girls to the UK

Viewster streaming The Rolling Girls to the UK
Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE also added
Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle coming to Steam on January 22nd
Animatsu Entertainment license Gatchaman Crowds and Akame ga Kill

Animatsu Entertainment license Gatchaman Crowds and Akame ga Kill
Two more Sentai Filmworks licenses acquired
New Releases - January 19th 2015

New Releases - January 19th 2015
Fairy Tail, Otorimonogatari

Spirited Away gets 'edible cinema' screenings at London's Aubin Cinema


Spirited Away gets 'edible cinema' screenings at London's Aubin Cinema

Posted 23/08/2012


I'm not entirely sure that a hook is required when it comes to having an opportunity to watch the Oscar-winning Studio Ghibli film Spirited Away again, but nonetheless the Aubin Cinema in Shoreditch, London is offering one this weekend as theit latest "Edible Cinema" experience.  If you're not sure what that means exactly, allow me to inform you via the cinema's own description of the event:

We are proud to present the second installment of Edible Cinema; a collaboration between Soho House, renowned event organiser Polly Betton & experimental food designer Andrew Stellitano.

The audience receives a series of numbered food packages to consume at specific points during the film along with a Bombay Sapphire cocktail inspired by the film. The smell, texture, even the way your mouth feels after eating the contents of the packages will correspond to what’s happening onscreen & heighten your sensory experience.

The film is Studio Ghibli’s weird and wonderful 'Spirited Away'. Imagine eating foaming tapioca 'soap' powder as Sen bathes a filthy river spirit at the bathhouse onscreen. Or when bathhouse worker Lin eats a roasted newt you’re also eating the strangest sweet-savoury crunchy treat you've ever tasted.

So, there you have it - watch Spirited Away while eating and drinking weird stuff.  The Aubin Cinema will be holding two screenings of the film this coming weekend - the first on Saturday, August 25th at 4PM, and a second on Sunday, August 26th at 9PM.  Tickets to both screenings are on sale now, with ticket pricing starting from £20 per person.  You can find out more details about the screenings and how to book from the Aubin Cinema web site.







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