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    Daisuke Sato`s Kaiju Film HOWL FROM BEYOND THE FOG To Screen At G-Fest

    A giant monster is brought to cinematic life with traditional tokusatsu techniques in HOWL FROM BEYOND THE FOG. Photo courtesy of Avery Guerra. © 2019 Los Gatos Works

    Source: Avery Guerra A rough cut of the highly anticipated kaiju film HOWL FROM BEYOND THE FOG (????, Sagiri no Kuni) will be shown at this year`s G-Fest, running Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 14 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare in Rosemont, IL. The test screenings are scheduled for Saturday at 5:15pm and Sunday at 1:30pm. Directed by Daisuke Sato, HOWL FROM BEYOND THE FOG is a classic style tokusatsu movie using traditional Japanese FX techniques including puppets, miniatures and suitmation, in collaboration with legendary Toho monster maker Keiz? Murase. The film is set in a small village in Kyushu, Japan during the Meiji reformation era. A young boy named Izana and a blind woman named Takiri encounter the large monster Nebula, who since ancient times was feared as the god of lake, Amenosagiri.

    Pilot reel © 2019 Los Gatos Works
    Key art for the film. Photo courtesy of Avery Guerra. © 2019 Los Gatos Works
    Promotional artwork by Matt Frank. Photo courtesy of Avery Guerra. © 2019 Los Gatos Works
    Photo courtesy of Avery Guerra. © 2019 Los Gatos Works
    Production artwork. Photo courtesy of Avery Guerra. © 2019 Los Gatos Works
    Trailer © 2019 Los Gatos Works


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