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[TsukiAni] Ending Themes Lineup

In addition to the announcement that TsukiAni. will be releasing DVD and Blu-ray versions of the anime, the DVD/BD information page at the official TsukiAni. website has revealed the titles of the ending themes (a total of 12 songs so far, one for each character.) There’s quite a long post ahead!

stella~Kinpika Joushou Kibun~
(stella〜きんぴか上昇気分〜, stella~Glittering Rising Feeling~)
by: Shiwasu Kakeru (Kaji Yuki)

amor~Afuredasu Omoi kara~
(amor~溢れだす想いから~, amor~From These Overflowing Feelings~)
by: Kisaragi Koi (Masuda Toshiki)

pluvia~Uso to Nukumori~
(pluvia〜嘘と温もり〜, pluvia~Lies and Warmth~)
by: Minaduki Rui (Aoi Shouta)

athletic~Never Ending Challenge!!~
by: Kannaduki Iku (Ono Kensho)

cerasus~Sakuranamiki ni Michibikarete~
(cerasus〜桜並木に導かれて〜, cerasus~Led to the Cherry Blossom Trees~)
by: Uduki Arata (Hosoya Yoshimasa)

(caelum〜未来〜, caelum~The Future~)
by: Satsuki Aoi (KENN)

by: Haduki You (Kakihara Tetsuya)

nox~Kaze no Record~
(nox〜風のレコード〜, nox~Record of the Wind~)
by: Nagatsuki Yoru (Kondo Takashi)

initium~Hajimari Tsugeru Hyourin~

by: Mutsuki Hajime (Toriumi Kousuke)

ver~Utayomidori no Koe~
(ver〜歌詠鳥の声〜, ver~The Bush Warbler’s Voice~)
by: Yayoi Haru (Maeno Tomoaki)

mare~Kimi to Tsudzuru Koukai Nisshi~
(mare〜君と綴る航海日誌〜, mare~The Logbook I Wrote with You~)
by: Fuduki Kai (Hatano Wataru)

albion ~Futari Dake no Shiro~
(albion〜ふたりだけの白〜, albion~A White Just for the Two of Us~)
by: Shimotsuki Shun (Kimura Ryouhei)

The Bonnaroo 2013 Lineup Additions have been released! Along with the amazing acts above, are a number of up and coming acts you will definitely want to check out:

Alanna Royale — Alice and the Glass Lake — Andrew Duhon — Bean — Capital Cities — Casey Crescenzo (of The Dear Hunter) — Cat Martino — Chris Stapleton — Cloney — Daniel Romano & The Trilliums — He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister — Houndmouth — James McCartney — Jillette Johnson — Jonny Fritz — Kacey Musgraves — KYNG — Lil Iffy — Little Red Lung — Lucius — Luxury Liners — Mac DeMarco — Maps & Atlases — Matrimony — Milow — Naia Kete — Nocona — On an On — Peanut Butter Lovesicle — Ranch Ghost — Rayland Baxter — Ri¢hie — Royal Thunder — Ryan Montbleau Band — SIMO — The Mowgli’s — The Revivalists — Tiny Victories — von Grey — Wake Owl — White Lung — William Tyler


Empire of the Sun is an amazing addition to Bonnaroo!

Kristen Stewart on the most satisfying thing she’s ever done — and her trio of unique NYFF debuts 

by Joe McGovern @jmcgvrn for Entertainment Weekly

“I would never do anything if I knew how it was going to end up,” says the actress.

At this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Kristen Stewart walked the red carpet in support of two movies, Woody Allen’s Café Society and French director Olivier Assayas’ provocative mystery Personal Shopper. Now, at the 2016 New York Film Festival, she’s done herself one better, appearing in three pictures in the prestigious lineup. In addition to the U.S. premiere of Personal Shopper, Stewart stars along with Michelle Williams and Laura Dern in Certain Women, directed by Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy, Meek’s Cutoff) and plays the title character’s sister in Ang Lee’s highly anticipated Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.

She’s been acting since she was a kid (David Fincher’s Panic Room, where she played Jodie Foster’s daughter, is an early credit) but in recent years Stewart has risen to the top ranks of America’s most challenging, fascinating, and serious actresses. Check out her layered, idiosyncratic performances in Clouds of Sils Maria, Still Alice, or Camp X-ray for proof of her commitment and range.

She would probably blush a bit at being called the belle of the ball — but on Wednesday, 10 floors about the NYFF’s main venue Alice Tully Hall, Stewart was feted at a special dinner organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. While guest sipped coffee and ate cronuts a la mode, she sat with fest director Kent Jones for a funny, self-deprecating, highly verbal conversation about her career and the three pictures — or rather three and a half — that she’s excited to support.

Personal Shopper

Assayas, who directed Stewart to a French Caesar Award (the first ever for an American actress) three years ago in Clouds of Sils Maria, reunited with her for this semi-supernatural thriller set amid the Paris fashion world.

“I’ve rarely been wrong about those feelings,” she said, referring to her rich, fruitful relationship with the director. “If I meet somebody who I really like and we don’t fall in love with each other, I’m like, ‘Wait, wait, wait, you tricked me, you’re a sociopath.’ But those experiences are rare.”

“So that would include Olivier?” Jones asked.

“He’s a sociopath,” she deadpanned, as Assayas giggled with laughter at Stewart’s table. “But he’s doing really good things for my career.”

Her wry sarcasm died off as she spoke more deeply about the director. “What Olivier does astonishingly well is show all this other stuff coming to the surface in his film. And these things just kind of blew my head off. We agree when things are right and we agree when things are wrong — and so we can be so much more focused on our intentions. I feel this dude. It’s the conversations that occur at the wrap party that are the most interesting, but throughout film it’s just glances between us and it’s almost like we’re both thermometers — and usually kinda the same temperature. “

Certain Women

“Kelly Reichardt makes movies about things that people brush over all the time,” Stewart said of the director of this film about the lives of three different women. “I hate doing the whole ‘Let’s talk about women!’ stuff. Most female-centric stories are about the adversity that women face, and the three women in this film are really struggling, but there’s no resolve. To focus on mundane things and let people sit and be is so vulnerable. I love Kelly’s perspective. Her movies are so natural and she’s a steel train, so composed.”

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

Stewart explained that she’s fascinated by the process of filmmaking (while admitting that she felt bashful to say so), but even her curiosity was tested by Ang Lee’s game-changing new war drama, which is shot in a super-crisp 120-frame-per-second format that’s never been attempted before in a feature film.

“Joe Alwyn, who plays Billy Lynn, this was his first movie,” Stewart said. “I love working with first-time actors, especially when they’re curious. I’m like, “Yeah, man, let’s f—ing talk about it!’ But he often would be asking questions to me and I was like, “I have no idea what’s going on.’ It was hard. Every actor went home saying, ‘I have no idea what we did today.’ But that’s also a great place to be. It’s just not normal. But I would never do anything if I knew how it was going to end up.”


Stewart also just completed filming a short film called Water, which she wrote and directed. “It’s pretty painterly,” she said. “I’m not hiding behind anything by making the film sort of avant garde, but what I hoping everyone in the audience will stop thinking until the end. I wanted it to feel like something that washes over you.”

She described the short as “the most satisfying thing I have ever done.”


Note>> I am quite sure the short she directed is called Come Swim.