The big-eyed characters and recognisable look of Japanese anime originated largely in the work of Osama Tezuka in the 1960s and became known outside Japan in the 1980s. This film centres on a device that therapists use to record and watch dreams. Someone has stolen it and only Paprika can stop them infiltrating the dreams. (Discussions about Christopher Nolan’s Inception might occur…)

This event is part of Drawing Pictures: A Short Course on the History of Animation
TICKETS: Entire course including Irish Animation Day: €60 (€55 IFI Members). Regular admission prices apply to individual events and are subject to availability. For more information or to book the full course, please call Sharon Corrigan on 01 679 5744 or email scorrigan@irishfilm.ie

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