The official website for Studio Ponoc’s new anime feature film, The Imaginary, has released a two new trailer and a new visual!
The film’s theme song is “Nothing’s Impossible” performed by A Great Big World with Rachel Platten. The music is now available digitally in Japan and abroad.
The story of The Imaginary is based on A.F. Harrold and illustrator Emily Gravett’s 2014 novel “The Imaginary”, a remarkable book that garnered literary awards, winning the United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA) Book Award and the British Book Design and Production Award, was longlisted for CILIP’s Carnegie Medal and Kate Greenaway Medal for acclaimed children’s literature, and was highly praised in the media.
This winter, Studio Ponoc brings you The Imaginary, a new fantasy blockbuster that will touch the hearts of all generations, will arrive as “a story of father and child, mother and child, and all of us around the world who live to the fullest, something that is not seen.”
The film is scheduled for December 15, 2023 in Japan, and worldwide in 2024. The film’s official english website describes the story as follows:
His name is Rudger.
A boy no one can see.
imagined by Amanda, who has lost love.
But Imaginaries disappear
when they are forgotten by humans.
Lost without hope, Rudger arrives
at The Town of Imaginaries,
where Imaginaries once forgotten by humans
Source: The Imaginary Official Website
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