Studio crowdfunding test video for movie about global warming on Kickstarter
Kodoani.com – Studio 4°C announced on Tuesday that it is producing an anime series tentatively titled Future Kid Takara. The film is part of a previously announced partnership with JETRO (Japan Foreign Trade Organization) to launch Kickstarter campaigns to produce new anime projects with five animation studios, including Studio 4°C.
Studio 4°C has released four images to showcase the project.
The Kickstarter campaign will aim to crowdfund a test video and help build a fanbase for fans to share the project. Studio 4°C says investment in the film is steadily increasing, but it hopes to use the test video to better convince investors. The Kickstarter campaign will be available here.
Yuta Sano will direct the film at Studio 4°C. Shinji Kimura designed the characters and also designed the worldview. Climate documentary author and filmmaker Kyoko Gendatsu is the project consultant and environmental scientist Seita Emori is the science consultant. Screenwriter Yūya Takashima is the sci-fi supervisor. Thuan Hasegawa is the animation producer and Eiko Tanaka is the producer.
The film will tackle the theme of global warming, and Studio 4°C is taking steps to reduce carbon emissions during the film’s production. The studio cites the Sixth Assessment Report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which stated that only 1.5°C warming could be avoided if the world acted quickly. quickly with big changes.
Studio 4°C plans to release the film in 2025, which is seen as a pivotal time when this is “the last chance to protect our Earth.” Studio 4°C says it wants to help people understand the crisis not through a textbook approach but through the approach of an animated film.
The family adventure film takes place in a dystopian future and focuses on a boy named Takara. A girl from the present named Sera travels through time to the year 2100, she and Takara must survive in a futuristic world where global warming has ravaged the planet.