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Francesco Filippi's Red Hands will become the anime Shinku
Francesco Filippi's Red Hands will become the anime Shinku
The italian stop-motion project by Francesco Filippi, Red Hands (Mani Rosse), will become a full-leight anime with the help of japanese artist and director Koji Morimoto.
Studio Machiken, a new anime studio founded last year in Okayama Prefecture, announced few days ago an interesting co-production for a new anime titled Shinku (international Deep Crimson) with the italian studio Sattva Films.

A project created with stop-motion and hand-drawn 2D animations with the story that expand the universe of Francesco Filippi's Red Hands, thanks to Koji Morimoto (The Animatrix, Memories, Genius Party).

The original Italian project was presented last year in many festivals. 30 minutes long, it tells the story of Ernesto, a young man who never leaves home and becomes friends of Luna, a young art lover using only the red color that hides some dark family secrets. An animated film against violence co-produced by Rai Ragazzi.

The anime will be directed by Francesco Filippi, also writer of the script alongside Keiko Ichiguchi. Morimoto will handling the 2D hand-drawn segments of the film, and Hiroshi Sasaki (Gunbuster, Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water) will be the art director. Japanese studio Gainax co-founder and veteran anime producer Hiroaki Inoue will produce alongside Michele Fasano, Paul Thiltges and Renato Rivera Rusca. The studio involved in the project are Sattva Films, Paul Thiltges Distribution, RAI, and Studio Machiken.

The production will begin this fall, and is expected to debut in 2021.

Here the trailer of the short film Red Hands and the poster:

[ Fra - source ANN ]
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