Amazon Prime Video broadcasts documentaries about Hideaki Anno with English subtitles – News
Amazon Prime Video has begun Diffusion the two-part documentary series Hideaki Anno and Hitoshi Matsumoto fireside chat (Anno Hideaki + Matsumoto Hitoshi Taidan) with English subtitles worldwide on Fridays. It also started Diffusion the two-part documentary series Hideaki Anno: The final challenge of evangelization (Sayonara Subete no evangelization ~ Anno Hideaki no 1214-Nichi ~) with English subtitles in several countries outside of Japan.
Amazon Prime Video describe Hideaki Anno and Hitoshi Matsumoto fireside chat:
Two of the best Japanese designers come together for a special conversation by the fireside. Hideaki Anno, creator and director of the evangelization series, and Hitoshi Matsumoto, producer of Documentary and FREEZE, sit down to discuss their respective philosophy and creative approaches, spreading their work abroad, future creative endeavors, and more.
Amazon Prime Video describe Hideaki Anno: The final challenge of evangelization:
evangelization coming to an end. NHK spent 4 years with exclusive access to Hideaki Anno, documenting his creative process behind the finale evangelization: 3.0 + 1.01: Once upon a time three times. For the first time, the camera is allowed inside Anno’s studio. The documentary tries to understand why the master filmmaker Hayao miyazaki (GHIBLI STUDIO) describes him as someone who spills blood for his films.
Sayonara Subete no evangelization ~ Anno Hideaki no 1214-Nichi ~ (literally, goodbye, everything evangelization: Hideaki Anno‘s 1214 days) is the extended version of NHK‘s Professional: Shigoto no Ryūgi: Anno Hideaki Special documentary about the director Hideaki Annolife during the last evangelization film production. Amazon Prime Video in Japan began broadcasting this extended version earlier this month. In Japan, the documentary is available in Japanese with English subtitles, although the subtitles are apparently missing for the first two minutes.
Amazon Prime Video started broadcasting evangelization: 3.0 + 1.01: Once upon a time three times (Shin Evangelion Gekijō-ban: ||), the new version of the “final” evangelization film, August 13.
Amazon Prime Video also broadcasts the Evangelion: 1.11 You are (not) alone, Evangelion: 2.22 You can (not) advance, and Evangelion: 3.33 You can (not) redo films in more than 240 countries and territories, including Japan. These versions are the adjusted versions of the first three Reconstruction of Evangelion films after their original theatrical release. Funimation released these new releases on home video with their own unique dubs.