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Anime Film Festival Tokyo 2019
will be held between September 20th and October 26th this year, and during the festival there will be a special Digimon screening.


There is a lot at the festival, but we will just be going over details regarding the Digimon screening.

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On October 18th at 9pm (during their Late Show block) will be the 'Digimon Adventure 20th Anniversary Television Masterpiece Screening & Talk Show' screening.

The screening will take place at a theater familiar to Digimon fans, the Shinjuku Wald 9!


The screening will be 2 episodes of Digimon Adventure:
Episode 25- The Sleeping Tyrant! TonosamaGekomon
Episode 33- Pump and Gotsu are Shibuya-Type Digimon


On top of that, there will also be a talk show event with a number of Digimon guests...

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Youto Kazama, Yamato in Digimon Adventure
Ai Maeda, Mimi in Digimon Adventure, and singer of a number of Digimon songs
Akatsuki Yamatoya, Wrote numerous Digimon episodes, including Adventure Episode 25 and Digimon Adventure Last Evolution Kizuna
Tomohisa Taguchi, Director of Digimon Adventure Last Evolution Kizuna
Seki Hiromi, Original Producer of the Digimon anime and current Supervisor


A rather nice lineup including cast and staff from both the 2 episodes being screening, and the upcoming 20th Anniversary film!


In addition, a postcard will be given out as a bonus item to all attending. No photo or info about the contents has been announced (the Kizuna one wouldn't be a shock though.)



The early ticket lottery begins August 10th and runs thru the 25th. Those chosen will be contacted on the 28th. There is no active ticket link yet, the link to the screening info will have a ticket link when the lottery opens shortly.

General ticket sales for October screenings (such as Digimon) will run September 7th thru October 1st.

Tickets for 'Late Show' event screenings are 3,000 yen.


If you'll be in Japan at the time, it looks like a fun event!