Genius Party

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Genius Party
Directed by Atsuko Fukushima
Yoji Fukuyama
Hideki Futamura
Shōji Kawamori
Shinji Kimura
Mahiro Maeda
Kôji Morimoto
Kazuto Nakazawa
Shin'ya Ôhira
Tatsuyuki Tanaka
Shinichirō Watanabe
Hiro Yamagata
Masaaki Yuasa
Produced by Yukie Saeki
Written by Yoji Fukuyama
Hideki Futamura
Shōji Kawamori
Mitsuyoshi Takasu
Masaaki Yuasa
Starring Tomoko Kaneda
Rinko Kikuchi
Lu Ningjuan
Taro Yabe
Yûya Yagira
Music by Kaoru Inoue
Nakagawa Toshio
Akio Izutsu
Seiichi Yamamoto
combopiano
Fennesz
Nobukazu Takemura
Yoko Kanno[1]
Studio Studio 4°C
Release dates
  • July 2007 (2007-07)
Running time 85 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Genius Party Beyond
Directed by Mahiro Maeda
Kôji Morimoto
Kazuto Nakazawa
Shin'ya Ôhira
Tatsuyuki Tanaka
Starring Arata Furuta
Akiko Suzuki
Shôko Takada
Urara Takano
Music by Akira Ifukube
Warsaw Village Band
Minami Nozaki
Juno Reactor[2]
Studio Studio 4°C
Release dates
  • October 11, 2008 (2008-10-11)
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Genius Party is an anthology of short animated films from Studio 4°C released on July 7, 2007.

A sequel called Genius Party Beyond was released on February 15, 2008, and includes most of the films which were finished but not included in the original Genius Party.

The films[edit]

Title Director
"Genius Party" Atsuko Fukushima
"Shanghai Dragon" Shoji Kawamori
"Deathtic 4" Shinji Kimura
"Doorbell" Yoji Fukuyama
"Limit Cycle" Hideki Futamura
"Happy Machine" Masaaki Yuasa
"Baby Blue" Shinichiro Watanabe

Voice cast[edit]

  • Tomoko Kaneda
  • Rinko Kikuchi
  • Lu Ningjuan
  • Taro Yabe
  • Yûya Yagira

Genius Party Beyond[edit]

The films[edit]

Title Director
"Gala" Mahiro Maeda
"Moondrive" Kazuto Nakazawa
"'Wanwa' the Doggy" Shinya Ohira
"Toujin Kit" Tatsuyuki Tanaka
"Dimension Bomb" Koji Morimoto

Voice cast[edit]

  • Arata Furuta
  • Akiko Suzuki
  • Shôko Takada
  • Urara Takano

References[edit]

External links[edit]