Original mission by Cretica Universal facilities on runner lady, Izumo’s Kamiari custom
Cretica Universal launched a 3rd crowdfunding marketing campaign for its Child of Kamiari Month (Kamiari no Kodomo) anime movie mission on Monday. The new marketing campaign will fund the employees for the anime. The anime is slated to debut in 2020.
The crowdfunding marketing campaign will finish on June 1. The marketing campaign will even announce the voice cast this month.
Cretica Universal introduced the mission together with its first crowdfunding marketing campaign in March 2019. The marketing campaign marked the start of the mission’s “first commit” from March to May final 12 months, with the second crowdfunding marketing campaign from July to August final 12 months as its “second commit.”
The anime’s story facilities on a woman named Kanna who loses her love of working after her mom passes away. Due to the workings of the gods, she heads to Izumo City. The anime’s setting is Izumo City in Shimane Prefecture, and facilities on Izumo Shrine and the Kamiari fantasy within the area. In the outdated Japanese calendar, the month of October is named “Kannazuki” (“the month of no gods”). But in Izumo, it’s known as “Kamiarizuki” (“the month of gods”) resulting from a legend that the myriad gods of Japan collect at Izumo Shrine throughout October. Other anime comparable to Kamichu! additionally painting this conventional perception.
LIDEN FILMS consultant director Tetsuro Satomi is the mission’s animation producer. She and Her Cat -Everything Flows- director Kazuya Sakamoto is the “creation director.” Toshinari Shinohe is in cost of planning and credited for the unique work, whereas Takana Shirai is credited with the unique idea and as animation director. Michihiko Suwa (Detective Conan movies) and Teppei Mishima are planners and producers for the mission. Haruka Sagawa is the character designer. Tetsurō Takita and Ryūta Miyake are penning the script.
Source: Child of Kamiari Month anime’s First Flight crowdfunding web page, PR Times