“Okko’s Inn,” a film by anime studio Madhouse and director Kitaro Kosaka, presented by GKIDS. This film is rated PG. Catch this exclusive screening this summer, only at the Library!
“Anime for All,” a celebration of east-Asian culture, mythology, pop culture and inspiration, returns to the Library of Congress. Concert performances, movie screenings and a display of Japanese Library treasures will take place over a series of days inside the Thomas Jefferson Building. Presented in conjunction with the 25th annual Otakon conference in Washington, D.C. CONTACT: 202.707.3173.
Anime for All Programming:
Thursday July 25 – Friday, July 26, Whittall Pavilion – 11:00am – 3:00pm: Library Collections display on Japanese culture
Thursday, July 25, Coolidge Auditorium – 5:30pm: Samurai, Hip Hop, and History: A Samurai Champloo Panel
Thursday, July 25, North Lawn – 7:00pm: Summer Concerts on the Lawn Presents: Bytes & Beats: Shing02 and Fat Jon
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