Over 4–6 October the Kotatsu festival will be screening eight anime films in Cardiff, including Tamako Love Story, Penguin Highway and the first Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel film; details here. The festival will repeat in Aberystwyth on 19 and 20 October, with a slightly different lineup.
Finally, the annual Scotland Loves Anime programme has been announced, for 11–13 October in Glasgow and 14–20 October in Edinburgh, with films including Ride Your Wave, the new film from Masaaki Yuasa (who directed Lu Over the Wall, Night is Short, Devilman: Crybaby &c &c); Weathering with You, the new film from Makoto Shinkai (Your Name, 5cm/s, &c); and a one-off Edinburgh screening of Promare, the new film from Hiroyuki Imaishi (Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill, &c); details here.
Tonight's meeting wrapped up Oxford Anime Vision's official programme for this academic year. Thank you to everyone who came along, whether you were present for one meeting, all of them or some number in between—we hope you had fun!
Particular thanks to those of our members who are graduating or otherwise moving away this summer: we'll miss you, good luck in your future endeavours, and do come and say hello if you're in town again at some point.
A final reminder about the plot some members are hatching to see the manga exhibition at the British Museum. See the discussion here; we'll send an email round with further details if something concrete is settled.
Room bookings permitting, our first main meeting of the next academic year will probably be on Friday 18 October.