Howls Moving Castle Special Event sponsored by the Delaware Anime Society
- The DAS has been asked to put on a program surrounding
the acquisition of Howl's Moving Castle to the
Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover, DE! As one of
our club trips and outings, a nice group of DAS
members had a movie night at the Schwartz in March,
2005 when we came to see House of Flying Daggers.
Well, I just received this email:
Josh Twilley <> wrote:
I represent the Dover Independent Movie Society, and I
wanted to reach out to your organization. First, I
wanted to thank you for your support, in
particular with your strong presence in our first
movie, House of Flying Daggers, last March at the
Schwartz, and taking the time to fill out our surveys.
We really do appreciate it.
Second, I wanted to present an interesting opportunity
that might benefit both our groups. We are planning to
show Miyazaki's Howl's Moving Castle as our first
feature in September, and we thought this might be a
good opportunity to kick off our extra program series.
We are hoping to find those knowledgeable in either
Miyazaki's works or in Japanese Animation who might be
able to (sorry, I cant reveal to you the program we're
going to be doing until its finalized, folks, but let
me just say it'll be awesome!)
We are not sure yet if this would fall on the Sun
showing (9/4 I believe -Labor Day weekend) or the Wed
showing (9/7), and the program would begin at 6:45 in
either case. If this is something you guys might
be interested in doing, please let me know.
The Dover Independent Movie Society's mission is to
bringing Independent,foreign, and documentary movies
to the Dover area. We are committed to reaching out to
all groups in the Dover area, by class, culture, or
special interest, in trying to bring the community
This means our club has been selected by the
prestigious Schwartz Center for the Arts to assist in
their Asian programming. I am so excited by this new
alliance and feel free to come see the movie and our
special program that will go along with it!I'll pass
along more details when I know them.
:D. After how many of us showed up last time they
showed an Asian film, I guess with our encouragement
they'll try to get more Asian venues now that they
know theres a big group of folks who would definitely
be right there to come see them! ^^
DAS South Chapter President
Delaware Anime Society: The Rising Sun in the First State
Tangled Woods Magazine Anime and Manga Editor
Zentrancon 2005 Staff Co-Chair
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