FUNimation Lines Up A Bunch Of 'Wolf Children' Screenings In The U.S. In April

"Summer Wars" director Mamoru Hosoda's warm and gentle anime about a single mom raising a pair of shapeshifting children has landed dates for Texas, Massachusetts, and California.

"Wolf Children" is coming to the Dallas International Film Festival, the Boston International Children's Film Festival, and more throughout the month. And you should go see it!

Funny thing: I have a screener for "Wolf Children" sitting here without subs, but I loved "Summer Wars" and thought I could at least lay eyes on it for a few minutes to see what it was like. Japanese language barrier notwithstanding, the film was beautiful, gentle, sad, and wonderful all at once based solely on the "acting" of its characters and the simplicity of the story: after the father of her children dies, a woman moves out of the big city to raise their two children who happen to share their dad's gift for transforming into wolves.

I'm just hoping it'll make its way to my neck of the woods.

Here are the dates and times FUNimation passed along this afternoon:

Dallas International Film Festival (link)

April 8 - 10PM

Angelika 6

5321 East Mockingbird Lane

Suite 230

Dallas , TX 75206

April 13 - 12PM noon

Magnolia 5

3699 McKinney Avenue

Suite 100

Dallas, TX 75204

Boston International Children’s Film Festival (link)

April 16 - 12:45PM

April 17 – 3PM

Remis Auditorium, 161

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Avenue of the Arts

465 Huntington Avenue

Boston, MA 02115

San Diego Asian Film Festival Spring Showcase (link)

April 20 - 3:45 pm

April 21 - 1:00 pm

Digiplex Mission Valley

7510 Hazard Center Drive

San Diego, CA 92108

American Cinematheque (link)

April 27 - 7:30PM

Aero Theater

1328 Montana Avenue

Santa Monica, CA 90403

Newport Beach Film Festival (link)

April 27, 2013 - 12:15pm

The Triangle Theater

1870 Harbor BlvdCosta Mesa , CA 92627

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