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Singapore’s Animation Nation Features Animation from Japan

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Animation Nation returns this year from 1 – 8 December 2010 at the National Museum of Singapore.

We’re delighted to feature some this year’s best animation feature films and shorts from around the world, from traditional hand-drawn methods to stop-motion animation and CGI.

This year, Japan retains a strong presence in the film festival, but the focus continues to be on unusual works that differentiate themselves from Japan’s mass-market anime.

Many other innovative, unusual and award-winning works from countries such as Sweden and Czech Republic are also included: Goodbye Mr Christie, Metropia, Alisa’s Birthday and In The Attic.

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via Anime News Network

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