A trippy sunrise anime premiere is in the books, but if you want to watch it with HD, you’ll need to have your camera and a tripod.
A trio of films are set to premiere this Saturday in Canada and the U.S., but the sunrise show itself is only available in Canada.
It was originally set for broadcast in Japan on March 25, but it was pulled from the schedule because of the country’s ban on telecast of Japanese anime.CBC News’ Emily Schreiner, who was in Tokyo for the premiere, said the anime was shot on location in Canada on March 16, a day before sunrise.
Schreiner said that’s a good sign that the show will eventually make its way over to the U, where the festival is set to take place.
The sunrise anime debuted on the weekend of March 15, but some people in the U had difficulty accessing the internet for about two weeks.
The show was originally supposed to air on March 20, but was pulled due to a ban on Japan’s broadcast of anime.
This morning, CBC News was able to see a stream of the sunrise anime.
It was very surreal, and it was really cool to see it.
The Sunrise anime airs on Fuji TV.
Sunrise is also available on CBC.ca, CBC.com, the CBC app and some CBC apps.