Colorado Anime Film Festival

Colorado Anime Film Festival


Anime fans are among the most loyal and rabid in all of fandom. As a result, the Alamo Drafthouse has stepped up its anime game, opening Your Name (the biggest film of all time in Japan), screening a Studio Ghibli retrospective in February, and now playing host to the second annual Colorado Anime Film Festival, held in conjunction with the Colorado Anime Fest. “Colorado’s love and loyalty for Japanese animation grows every day, and we know these titles will appeal to fans of all ages. It’s a great way to introduce anime to new fans as we get ready for our third annual convention next March,” says COAF’s A. Jinnie McManus. Highlights include the classic anime Akira, which screens Friday, September 8, the recent hit Wolf Children, and season one of My Hero Academia. Individual tickets are $9, and most screenings will be subtitled. Find tickets and more information at
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