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Cultureville LLC Now available to the public! National Theater Live “Dear England” Yasuo Kurashiki x Shoko Kashiwagi talk event video that was held the other day has been completed

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Now open to the public! National Theater Live “Dear England” Yasuo Kurashiki x Shoko Kashiwagi talk event video that was held the other day has been completed
This is a new work by one of Britain’s leading playwrights, James Graham, starring Joseph Fiennes as Gareth Southgate, and has been nominated for nine awards at this year’s Laurence Olivier Awards, the highest award in the British theater world.
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At the talk event held at TOHO Cinemas Nihonbashi on March 20th (Wednesday/Holiday), Mr. Kurashiki, who is knowledgeable about soccer, talked about things like the 1996 European Championship, where Gareth Southgate missed a penalty kick, and the members of the national team. We also heard from Mr. Kashiwagi about the subtitles for the main story, which were difficult due to the subject matter being based on real events, and it was an opportunity to enjoy the work even more deeply. For those who have already seen it in theaters, as well as those who are interested but haven’t seen it yet, we hope that you can get a taste of the fun of this work by watching the video from the talk event.
[Advanced talk event video]
[Video 2: https://prtimes.jp/api/movieim.php?url=www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-UskKTkZ00] Yasuo Kurashiki
Free announcer. During his time on Radio Fukushima, he mainly produced music programs, and during his time as a reporter for Bunka
Broadcasting, he covered the Diet, the Metropolitan Police Department, courts, etc. Since 1993, he has been active as a freelance announcer for live football broadcasts in Japan and overseas on SKY PerfecTV!, JSPORTS, DAZN, SPOTVNOW, U-NEXT, etc. His works include the novel “Footballer of the Starry Island” (Futabasha) and the essay “The Day of Things” (Sol Media).
Shoko Kashiwagi (MC)
Film/English/American literature translator. From the theater world to a video translator. Major translation works include the drama “Breaking Bad” (subtitled), the movie “Macbeth”, and the movie “The Lighthouse” (dubbed). In addition to this time’s “Dear England,” he also handles subtitles and book translations for NTLive’s works.
The second talk event for “Dear England” is scheduled to be held at TOHO Cinemas Nihonbashi on March 30th (Sunday). Whether you are a repeat viewer or seeing it for the first time, please enjoy the talk event as well.
Summary of the screening with the second talk event on Saturday, March 30th Date and time) There will be a talk event after the main screening from 12:00 on Saturday, March 30th.
Location) TOHO Cinemas Nihonbashi
Seats) Sold on TOHO Cinemas Nihonbashi theater website
https://hlo.tohotheater.jp/net/schedule/073/TNPI2000J01.do
Speaker profile)
Soushi Odajima
Translator and British theater researcher. Serves as a part-time lecturer at Musashi University, Kyoritsu Women’s University, and other institutions. Recent translations include Sacred Flame, Breaking the Code, Rabbit Hole, Angels in America, Slice of Saturday Night, and Carousel. “ULSTER AMERICAN” is scheduled to be performed at the “Geki” small theater in April 2024.
Mr. Hideaki Naito
Born in 1990. Currently active as a soccer writer focusing on the Premier League. In 2023, he also served as a commentator for four games. He also hosts talk events and futsal events as a representative of the Premier League fan community “Premier Pub”. My hobby is going to see comedy shows.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/101737/161/resize/d101737-161-eaf5206af2cbff535fe4-0.jpg&s3=101737-161-320272f6e9aa713d8dda8b0052564fe6-1000×667.jpg] NTLive “Dear England” (C)️Marc Brenner
It has been nominated for the 2024 Laurence Olivier Awards, the highest award in the British theater world, in the following categories:
Best Picture/Best Actor (Joseph Fiennes)/Best Supporting Actor (Will Close) Best Supporting Actress (Gina McKee) / Best Director (Rupert Gould) Choreography Award (Ellen Kane & Hannes Langolf)
Equipment Design Award (S Devlin) Also Equipment Design Award (for video design: Ash J. Woodward)
Best Lighting Design (John Clark) / Best Sound Design (Dan Balfour, Tom Gibbons)
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/101737/161/resize/d101737-161-ffe418efa7ab50c709db-1.jpg&s3=101737-161-8525e08e62eee939676459e741ba0a0c-1000×667.jpg] NTLive “Dear England” (C)️Marc Brenner
Click here for a review from a British trade magazine:
★★★★★ A masterpiece that hits the mark (The I News)
★★★★★ A beautiful game within a beautiful play (What’s On Stage) ★★★★★ Incredible! Joseph Fiennes captivates as Gareth Southgate! (Telegraph) ★★★★ A laid-back and technically dazzling soccer festival (Time Out) ★★★★ This is a winner (Financial Times)
★★★★ A wonderful fusion of sports and art (Evening Standard) ★★★★ Pitch Perfect (Times)
Movie official website:
https://www.ntlive.jp/dearengland
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/101737/161/resize/d101737-161-95470a054c8dd7b1b215-2.jpg&s3=101737-161-ec39ce75353183cb0ed2724e3bdb2b72-1500×804.jpg] NTLive “Dear England” (C)️Marc Brenner
[Work information]
Original title: DEAR ENGLAND
Screening time: 184 minutes (including one intermission)
Written by: James Graham
Directed by: Rupert Gould
Starring: Joseph Fiennes
story:
England, who spread soccer around the world, have since repeated a pattern of painful defeats. Why can’t England win their own games? Gareth Southgate, who had his own experience of penalty failures, knew that in order to return his team and country to the promised land, he needed to open up and face the pain of years of suffering.
Live filming of the stage performance at the National Theater. A popular work directed by Rupert Gould (“Judy”).
[Theaters currently showing]
TOHO Cinemas Nihonbashi (Closed on 3/29 (Friday))
Cine Libre Ikebukuro
others
Cine Libre Kobe Open from 4/12 (Friday)
Uplink Kyoto Published from 4/5 (Friday)
Sapporo Cinema Frontier Date undecided
[What is National Theater Live]
National Theater Live (NTLive) is a screening event that allows you to easily see popular British plays in movie theaters around the world. NTLive’s cutting-edge and carefully selected filming technology will deliver the performance to the screen as a realistic image while preserving the atmosphere and freshness between the actors on stage. From close-ups that capture the fluctuations of emotion to wide shots of the stage where you can enjoy every detail of the elaborate art set, NTLive allows every movie theater customer to enjoy the theater experience with the best seat at the local theater. .
Official Japanese website http://www.ntlive.jp
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000161.000101737.html



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