Make sure to also read the Mangapolis Christmas Special.
So I posted a thread on /r/manga on reddit requesting tips about any good manga in the zombie genre. Prior to my inquiry with the /r/manga community I had tried to do some research into this on my own without really finding what I was looking for (I have never really read any zombie manga comics so I did not know where to start). Not wanting to waste too much time in the blind I decided to ask the community to get some pointers.
If you too want some pointers to some zombie manga and you really don´t know where to start (like me), I recommend to read the thread for yourselves.
The annual Frame by Frame animation seminar is back at Filmens Hus/Cinemateket March 15th. The great thing about FxF is the intimate and laid-back format of the seminar. A great place to get familiar with the animation industry and to have conversations with both the veterans and rookies in animation. If you have a good idea for an animation and looking for a place to discuss it with those in the industry; FxF is the place for you. Bring your portfolio!
This year Japanese animation is represented by a screening of Miyazaki´s The Wind Rises (2013) and special guest Aya Suzuki. Tickets for the movie is included in the seminar pass.
For those not familiar with Aya Suzuki; she is an animator that has worked on some of the major anime productions in Japan, including The Wind Rises (2013) and Wolf Children (2012) that are both titles which has screened under the Mangapolis Anime Programme at Films from the South.
Please check out Aya´s blog here.
Together with Films from the South we at Mangapolis will hold an interview with Aya Suzuki that will be posted both at this site and over at filmfrasor.no. So after you meet her at FxF you get another chance to know more about her in our interview.
Oh yeah, before I forget to mention it; Lars Hemmingby will hold a short presentation of the Mangapolis Comic at FxF. A showcase of concept art from the horror-gothic-steam punk-weird science-film noiresque-murder mystery-zombie-extravaganza-o-rama-tron-o-matic that is Mangapolis: The Comic.
Frame by Frame poster by Christopher Nielsen