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Special Guest Lecture: CROSSING CULTURES, MAKING MOVIES

Updated: May 16

With Screenwriter & Director Eric McEver


Wednesday, May 29, 19:30, Library, Room 921, (Doors open from 19.00)


Hosted by the Department of English Studies,

John Williams

Co-hosted by the Institute of Comparative Culture (ICC)


No registration necessary. Open to the public.


After spending his childhood in Oklahoma making animated short films, Eric McEver relocated to Tokyo during college to pursue his passion for Japanese fantasy cinema. While working variously as a theater actor, translator, game developer and animation producer, he developed an offbeat cinematic vision fusing the languages and idiosyncrasies of his two homes. In this guest lecture, he will discuss the unique challenges and rewards of making films that bridge cultures and mediums.


Eric’s feature film “Iké Boys” will be released nationwide in Japanese cinemas on Friday, June 14.


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