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Old 2011-10-17, 08:05   Link #21
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Yamakan before Fractale: Fuuuuu Yeah! You're so awesome make more animu.

Yamakan after Fractale: Please retire or something.

To be fair I did absolutely love Kannagi.
To be fair, I don't expect hit after hit from even "sheer genius" .... I make fun of Akiyuki Shinbo quite a bit, but he's done some brilliant stuff as well as having his crash and burn moments.
Kannagi was brilliant... I actually *liked* the Lucky*Star Yamakan episodes because they reflected the manga source... otoh, Fractale was at best an interesting stumble (imo).
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Old 2011-10-27, 15:54   Link #22
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Yamakan now becomes CEO of the joint company along with other great companies

Probably to fix up his reputation after Fractale.
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Old 2011-10-27, 17:43   Link #23
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Director =/= CEO. There are 7 directors on their board, who all seem to be representatives of member companies. Since Trigger is also in there, the expectations should be pretty awesome as to what they might collaborate on.
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Old 2011-10-27, 19:06   Link #24
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Well at least Black Rock Shooter looks better now.....

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Yutaka Yamamoto, also known as Yamakan, is one of the most polarizing figures in anime at the moment. Known for his brash attitude and even more extreme opinions about the current state of anime, the director of the Fractale anime and Kannagi has taken to his Twitter account to tease that he has a new story completed.

Based on previous statements, he has expressed a desire to create a new project based around the March 11th earthquake. Whether this is the project in question remains to be seen, as he is currently not listed as staff in any current or forthcoming productions, though it's been heavily rumored that he directed the first opening animation for Shakugan no Shana III, which has yet to be confirmed one way or the other.

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news...-ends-in-japan

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news...rity-animation
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Old 2012-03-05, 21:22   Link #25
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Yamakan to makes a "3/11 charity animation"

No details yet,could be right about anything,though I guess it'll be some sort of short movie.
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Old 2012-03-05, 21:51   Link #26
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Wish he did it in Anime Contents Expo though XD
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Old 2012-03-06, 04:14   Link #27
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I thought this entry (not directly about Yamakan) on Ordet was pretty interesting.

http://aninomiyako.wordpress.com/201...-studio-ordet/

As many of us figured, Ordet wasn't actually a production studio (they assisted on projects, such as by lining up specific key animators and unit directors, but other studios ran the productions), but they're now evolving into one. Staff composition has largely changed.
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Old 2012-03-10, 20:07   Link #28
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Yamakan to direct comercial

I hope he does something better than the first three
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Old 2012-03-10, 22:44   Link #29
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Glad to know he's still seeking attention. I'll just leave it at that for Jinomaru Yamakan
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Old 2012-05-05, 16:40   Link #30
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Yamakan said he would love to do a Kannagi sequel

Interesting choice as far as an answer to the "hypothetical sequel" question.
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Old 2012-05-30, 21:41   Link #31
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Just wondering,has anyone ever watched Yamakan's live action movie?

It looks deliciously corny
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Old 2012-05-31, 07:14   Link #32
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Just wondering,has anyone ever watched Yamakan's live action movie?

It looks deliciously corny
Have animation directors ever done a good job of live action directing?

The way the two are produced are too different.
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Old 2012-05-31, 10:40   Link #33
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Have animation directors ever done a good job of live action directing?

The way the two are produced are too different.
Here are 3 more examples!

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/buri...go-live-action
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Old 2012-05-31, 11:12   Link #34
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Exactly

The problem is that an animation director can control everything precisely. A normal director cannot. It's likely far too difficult to get used to the loss of control. Likewise, you're switching from a fairly consistent controlled office environment, to a hectic set where hundreds of random things can happen. Likewise, normal directors often have to deal with actors who are divas, and difficult to control. Animation directors do not have this problem.
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Old 2012-05-31, 11:46   Link #35
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Anno's efforts have quite a few fans. They're considered worthwhile.
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