Eunyoung Choi is Coming to Anime NYC 2019

Friday, October 11th, 2019

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Eunyoung Choi will be at Anime NYC 2019 to present the world premiere of Science SARU’s Keep Your Hands off Eizouken!. Anime NYC 2019 will be taking place from November 15th through November 17th. This world premiere and associated panel will take place on the 15th (Friday). Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! tells a tale of three teen girls on a mission to create anime.

Eunyoung Choi is the Co-Founder and Executive Producer of the studio Science SARU. She studied fine art in South Korea, as well as animation in London. She would later work in Japan as an animator. Eunyoung Choi partnered with director Masaaki Yuasa on a number of projects. These included Kaiba (2008), The Tatami Galaxy (2010), and Ping Pong the Animation (2014).

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Eunyoung Choi

 

She would go on to be a producer and help found Science SARU (a studio that combines hand-drawn and computer animation) with Masaaki Yuasa. She has produced these feature films:

  • Lu Over the Wall (2017, won the Annecy Cristal Award)
  • Night Is Short
  • Walk on Girl (2018, won the Japan Academy Prize for Animation)
  • Ride Your Wave (2019, won top animation prizes at the Shanghai and Fantasia International Film Festivals)

In addition to that, she has also produced the TV series Devilman CRYBABY (2018) which was a Netflix original and a hit. Eunyoung Choi also has several projects currently in the works:

  • The TV series SUPER SHIRO (2019)
  • Keep Your Hands off Eizouken (2020)
  • and the feature film Inu-Oh (2021)

 

 

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