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Address : TY Bldg., 2-22-18 Minami-Aoyama,
Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 Japan
Tel : 81-50-5810-1356
Fax: 81-3-5786-7138
E-mail : intl@gaga.co.jp

CHIERI AND CHERRY

Written and Directed by: Makoto Nakamura

From the director of "Cheburashka" (2010) comes an adventure story of a lone girl Chieri and her only friend Cherry - a stuffed animal - for the big screen!

A-LI-CE (1999)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/05/00
85 mins.

Directed by: Kenichi Maeda

The youngest person ever to be sent into space crashes back to Earth, only to find that she has been catapulted 30 years into the future. Her son has become a merciless dictator who controls the world with his computer. She decides to fight against him with her robot and a new friend from the future world.

BLUE REMAINS (2001)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
77 mins.
http://www.dmf.co.jp/blueremains/br_top.html

Directed by: Toshifumi Takizawa

After the final nuclear war in 2062 the Earth changed, with the population reduced to a mere 20,000 people living under the sea. Moreover, a cyborg called Godorm emerges from the ruins and sets out to take over what's left of the planet, wanting to eliminate all human survivors. Incidentally, a girl is found by the sea patrol, and it turns out that she seems to have slept for 80 years inside a spaceship. She is the only person who can remember what the Earth was like before, and the only person who can fight against Godorm's creator, Mother Six, to bring back peace and to ensure the future of mankind.

MALICE@DOLL (2000)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
30 mins. x 3 episodes
http://www.konaka.com/alice6/malicedoll/

Directed by: Keitaro Motonaga

All living things have ceased to exist, but wretched automatons continue to function in a world of ruin. Malice@Doll is one of the dolls that was created to satisfy the lustful desires of the former leaders. She crawls about, her body almost totally ruined... Then, a chance encounter with a mysterious phantom-like woman transforms her into a flesh and blood "human being"!

TOPPUKU RIDERS (1996)

Action
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
45 mins. x 2 episodes

Directed by: Tomomasa Yamazaki

A pack of riders aims to be the toughest and the fastest, as the swaggering team of daredevils risk their lives racing about. But then, a crisis looms as the 11th-generation group faces a break-up...

VISITOR (1998)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
84 mins.

Directed by: Jun Tokuda

It's one hundred years in the future, a world as seen in Japan's first "full 3D computer graphics figure animation." Somehow, a female office employee of a dispatch company is herself dispatched... into space, to save the world! Script written by Kazunori Ito, "Ghost in the Shell," "Mobile Police Patlabor." Character design by Akemi Tagada, "Urusei Yatsura," "Mobile Police Patlabor."

* also available in 3 x 30 mins.

VOLTAGE FIGHTER GOWCAIZER: THE MOTION PICTURE (1996)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
90 mins.

Directed by: Masami Obari

The earthquake which destroyed most of Tokyo was only the first sign of the Apocalypse. Armed with the mysterious Caizer Stone, Isato Kaiza possesses the power to transform into the armored hero Gowcaizer! Aided by the coolly confident hero Hellstinger, the cute warrior-priestess Karin, and the sexy super-star Shaia, Gowcaizer is the last hope for mankind! Based on the hit video game. The widely-acclaimed animated series "Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer" gained widespread support among fans of anime, which led to this international movie version of Masami Obari's life-work. This revival of his series features additional scenes.

* also available in 3 x 35-40 mins.

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