Step right up!
Tickets are now official for sale for our Death Note: L, change the WorLd event partnered with Fathom/National Cinemedia. Following our Death Note II: The Last Name event that took place in September, we again have over 400 theatres nationwide. As mentioned below in our March 6th column, the movie is offered in both subtitled and English overbubbed versions, so take your pick to go see the one you prefer. For cast images and details visit our new home page for “L” at DeathNoteFilms.com.
For theatre listings and ticket information visit www.FathomEvents.com.
Get your ticket today!
March 23rd, 2009
We got L!
Check out our new L-site at www.DeathNoteFilms.com!
April 29th and 30th is the nationwide “L” event for 2 nights only! Tickets go on sale March 23th at www.FathomEvents.com. On our third partnering wth Fathom / National CineMedia, this time we are mixing it up a bit and screening both OVERDUBBED and SUBTITLED versions. So, you take your pick. Do you want the original Japanese version with subtitles? Or do you want to hear the voice of the anime series actor Alessandro Juliani starring as L. Of course, you can go both nights to compare!! For Kenichi Matsuyama fans, there is an opportunity for you to win goodies. Stay until the VERY end (after the credits) to find out how you can become a winner!
Stay tuned for more L information to come!!
March 6th, 2009
MTV IGGY has hosted a page on the DEATH NOTE PHENOMENON! As the global media branch of MTV, MTVIGGY.com focuses on Asian pop culture and delivers stories in short video format that encourages the YOUTUBE-savvy generation to “stay a while” and “learn about the world”. 🙂
We are excited to be hosted as a representitive of Japanese pop culture brand, and have a chance to share Death Note with MTV IGGY fans! Stay tuned for give-away campaigns, new footage from Death Note, and more from VIZ Pictures, Inc.
February 24th, 2009
The Death Note II DVD hit stores today. For the fans, this completes the Death Note I & II as a set. The spine has half an apple each to be completed upon collecting both DVDs. Who will win? Light or L?
Have you taken our survey yet? We will be closing out our campaign at the end of this month to select the winners that will receive a Death Note II poster. So far, we have had a good amount of reponse. Thank you!.
We hope you enjoy the DVD. Maybe tonight you will sit and watch both I & II to experience the whole thing!
February 10th, 2009
One of our Shojo (girls) favorites LOVE☆COM THE MOVIE has been picked by the Young Adult Library Service Association (YALSA), a part of ALA (American Library Association ), to be part of their 2009 top 16 Fabulous Films for Young Adults.
We are very excited to be on this list, especially because we have started our special library rentals in early 2008, where we give discounts for any librarians that wish to show our FABULOUS collection to their community. As most of our titles are suitable for young adults, we have been trying to get their attention. If you are a librarian interested in screening our titles, please contact our rental department at email@example.com. Thank you YALSA for picking our film!
February 2nd, 2009
Death Note II: The Last Name, our best seller Death Note‘s sequel is hitting the stores on February 10th. In celebration, we are running two campaigns for fans to be a part of.
1. Take our quick survey for a chance to be one of the 10 winners to receive a Death Note II poster. This campaign runs until February 28th.
2. Shonen Jump readers are encouraged to enter the exclusive contest to win a Death Note II DVD and an autograph from one of the lead actors (Kenichi Matsuyama, Tatsuya Fujiwara and Erika Toda)!!!!!! Now that is an incredible opportunity for fans of L, Light and Misa Misa! Contest details will be in the March 2009 issue of Shonen Jump magazine, which will hit newsstands on February 3.
For those of you who purchase the first DVD, I am sure you have been waiting for the second one. Now it is available to pre-order at our online store!
January 30th, 2009
Akemashite Omedetougozaimasu. That means “Congratulations, a new year has dawned” in Japanese..i.e. Happy New Year.
Our movie Train Man was recently mentioned in an article in the New Yorker.The Article introduces the Japanese cell phone novels called Keitai Shosetsu. In short, people are writing stories into their cell phones at home and in trains during their commute and publishing them online. A huge phenomenon! Train Man was also created by numbers of anonymous online writers. Did you know?
Check out the article!
January 9th, 2009