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Love Live! Film, Shirobako Win Tokyo Anime Award Festival's Top Prizes

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    The Tokyo Anime Award Festival revealed this year's winners in a ceremony on Monday.

    Theatrical Animation Division
    [​IMG]Love Live! The School Idol Movie

    Television Animation Division

    Animation of the Year: Anime Fan Award
    Best Director
    Yoichi Fujita
    Best Script/Original Work
    Shū Matsubara (Mr. Osomatsu)
    Best Animator
    Chikashi Kubota
    Best Character/Mecha Design
    Naoyuki Asano

    The festival announced recipients of this year's Lifetime Achievement Awards beforehand:
    Character Designer/Director
    Toyoo Ashida (Cyborg 009, Space Battleship Yamato, Vampire Hunter D)
    Sound Director
    Yasuo Urakami (Doraemon television anime and films, multipleMobile Suit Gundam series)
    Voice Actress
    Yoshiko Ohta (Kimba the White Lion/Jungle Emperor's Leo,Princess Knight's Sapphire, Doraemon's Nobita)
    Tatsuo Shimamura (Full Metal Panic!, Gate Keepers 21,Antique Bakery)
    Shinichi Suzuki (Pāman, The Legend of the Galactic Heroes,One Piece)
    Art Composition
    Kiyoshi Hashimoto (Hakujaden/Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    Animator, Character Designer
    Norio Hikone (Alakazam the Great, Kimba the White Lion,Animal Treasure Island)
    Ichiro Mizuki (Mazinger Z, Combattler V, Voltes V)
    Shigeru Mizuki (Kitaro, Hitler, Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths)
    Yoshiaki Yoshida (Dog of Flanders, Kyojin no Hoshi, Galaxy Express 999)
    Ashida, Urakami, and Shigeru Mizuki passed away before receiving their awards.
    To be eligible, the works had to have been screened in theaters or broadcast on television in Japan between November 1, 2014 and October 31, 2015. The Tokyo Anime Award Festival screened all of these titles from March 18 to March 21.

    Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki's The Wind Rises won the film award at 2014's festival and Attack on Titan won the television award. Last year, Frozen and Ping Pong the Animation won these respective awards.​

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