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This panel was a very interesting about CPM (Central Park Media) that was very influential in the US market in bringing anime to the public in the US, and launching the careers of many prominent figures in the anime world.
This was shot at the New York Anime Festival 2009.
A panel of various former employees and current workers in the anime industries from CPM (such as Tom Wayland and Justin Servakis) talk about their experiences at CPM. Revealed in this panel is a lot of inside trivia, stories, and reflections of the past.
Back at NYAF I was invited to be in Tokyopop’s Van Von Hunter Movie.
It has finally premiered online:
I have a speaking part and actually I find it hilarious that of all the footage they shot at the first New York Anime Festival I am in a good percentage of it and that I told Van where Japan was! It looks like I played a key role in the film (about 44:52 in), I appear in a bunch of other spots as well. It is a cute movie.
A group of seasoned web-gurus including Adam Ghahramani from theOtaku.com, Gia Manry from AnimeVice.com, and Michael Pinto from Fanboy.com give you step-by-step tips on how to build an audience online.
In this panel: International Cosplay Guests: Abigail Mascherpa, Sabina Iglesias (Team Mexico of the World Cosplay Summit 2009), Cecilia Albanese, Eva Turpin (Team France of the World Cosplay Summit 2009), and Edo-san (a cosplay academic) along with s0nified (a member of Team USA 2008). Talk about cosplay and its communities in their home countries.
This is video of the Yoshiyuki Tomino Keynote at New York Anime Festival 2009.
If you notice Roland Kelts is doing the Q & A and I had the honor of asking the first question, we wanted to make sure that the first question to this legend and icon was an intelligent one.http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=C1429EAB85696896
Guest of Honor Yoshiyuki Tomino takes to the stage to speak about growth over the past 30th years — his growth, Gundam’s growth, and the anime industry’s growth. A powerful and personal presentation that any serious anime fan cannot miss! Q&A by Roland Kelts