URVAN is the title of a specific anime that was made through an experimental process. It was shared by Toei Animation on their YouTube channel. Let's see it together.

The team gave life to the project PEROs, Acronym for prototyping and experimental research at Oizumi Studio associated with the Humanities and International Tourism Department of the Nagasaki International University circumvent the problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The animators' big problem was finding locations and settings. Thanks to Photos taken by studentsDuring meetings where zoom was used and files were exchanged, the group managed to remotely produce the animated short in the city of Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture.

The video presented on the cover of the news the whole movieDirected by Yuuichi Tsuzuki, in which the agile characters whose designs were entrusted to Sachi Suzuki move in an environment that brings with it the local specialties and culture of Sasebo Cyberpunk elements. All of this is accompanied by the music of Yasuharu Takanashi.

What do you think of this short film? Let us know in the comments.

Finally, I remember that Toei Animation was unfortunately embroiled in some controversy and I am leaving a message about the allegations of sexism addressed to the director of Wonder Egg Priority.

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