In a recent surge of excitement, the animation sphere buzzed with the unveiling of a teaser for Gensho Yasuda's inaugural anime film, "Make A Girl." The clip tantalized viewers, showcasing a talented ensemble for voiceovers and behind-the-scenes maestros, yet left the audience in suspense, withholding the premiere date.

The teaser's imagery captivated, depicting the protagonist in dual settings, sparking curiosity with the tagline: Β«Who is the real me?Β».

Stellar Voice Cast

  • Atsumi Tanezaki breathes life into Number 0.
  • Shun Horie lends his voice to Akira Mizutamari.

Esteemed Production Crew

  • Genshou Yasuda, a polymath in the anime realm, not only spearheads the project but also juggles multiple roles from scripting to CG direction at Yasuda Gensho Studio by Xenotoon.
  • Yuichi Imaizumi orchestrates the auditory experience at Sonilude, while Tsutomu Ueno crafts the sound effects.
  • The musical landscape is sculpted by Kenichiro Suehiro, known for his work on notable titles.

Unveiling "Make A Girl"

The narrative of "Make A Girl" springs from the 3D short "Make Love," a brainchild of Yasuda. It chronicles the tale of Akira, a high school innovator, and his creation, an "artificial girlfriend" named Number 0. The film is a collaborative effort between Yasuda's own studio and the 3D CG expertise of Xenotoon.

The project's financial foundation was laid through a crowdfunding initiative, which concluded with a triumphant collection, far surpassing its initial target. Yasuda's vision for the film's release is set for 2024, a testament to his dedication and the support of his followers.

As the anticipation builds, the anime community eagerly awaits the arrival of "Make A Girl," a testament to Yasuda's creative prowess and the collaborative spirit of the medium. The journey from conception to completion is a narrative of passion, innovation, and the unwavering support of fans. This film promises to be a beacon of inspiration, inviting viewers to ponder the essence of identity and the marvels of technology.

Share this journey with friends and kindle the conversation about the essence of creation and the enigma of self-discovery that "Make A Girl" embodies.

Source: Comic Natalie

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