Along with the Academy Award and the Emmy Award, the Golden Globe Awards are the most coveted awards in the film and television industry. Launched in 1944 and made for television since 1956, the 80th edition also features an anime. Inu-Oh is among the five nominees for the Best Animated Feature Film award.

A jury of around ninety renowned journalists will soon award the prize Golden Globe Awards. The list of winning candidates was drawn up a few hours ago and the β€œBest Animated Film” award made the headlines. Among the five nominees for this award is a Japanese anime film.

The 2023 Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature is contested by Guillermo Del Toro's Pinocchio, Disney's Turning Red, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Marcel the Shell with Shoes on and another unexpected nominee. Inu-Oh fights to win the Golden Globe Awards.

Inu-Oh, a great anime film directed by Masaaki Yuasa and produced by Science SARU, tells the Story of a unique friendship. The dancer named Inu-Oh befriends the blind musician named Tomona. Despite their differences, the two use their talents to prove society's current values ​​wrong. Inu-Oh was released in Japan in May to critical and commercial acclaim. this is that second nomination for an anime film at the Golden Globes. The first contestant was Mirai, who was defeated by Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse in 2018. Saying goodbye to an Inu-Oh trailer.

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