There’s heaps of stuff to talk about but I’ll keep it as short as possible.
Just a reminder we’ve got a new series as part of our Friday night screenings as Robotics;Notes finished up. It is “Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?”. For details about it check out our updated Screenings page
On a related note, we’re almost at the end of our current Screening Schedule so if you have any suggestions for Holiday Screenings let the Exec know!
Also our weekly Super Smash Bros console gaming has been expanded to also include Street Fighter! That’s every Monday from 6pm in MCCT3 and it is awesome fun. And more games will be included if people want them.
Don’t forget that ANUAGS has a stall at Nara Festival this Saturday. The Nara Festival will be from 4:30pm to 9pm and details can be on the Facebook event page. If you have some spare time to volunteer or some manga/Japan related merchandise contact the Exec and we can help you sell it (hopefully).
We’ve also been given FOUR free tickets to the Japanese Film Festival, which has the new DBZ movie included in its line up. We’ll be giving away at least two of these tickets at Nara so make sure you get on down. GAMMA.CON is also giving away tickets to the Cosplay Masquerade from our stall- so Cosplayers should especially come along
The Japanese Film Festival Co-ordinator are also looking for volunteers to help with the Festival- they’re a re a bunch of cool perks including t-shirts and free tickets. if you’re interested contact Phoebe at phoebe.mcgrory(at)me.com.
PLUS there are some really cool non-ANUAGS things also happening:
– ANU Za Kabuki 2013 is on TONIGHT and tomorrow night
– ANU CSSA is having Epic Games Night 6 on tomorrow night!
– UC-REC is having a Gaming Session on Sunday from midday until midnight (approximately)
AND Otakufest is next Friday!
SO MANY THINGS ARE HAPPENING!!!
Those of you astute enough to count (or follow plot) have realised that Robotics;Notes has finished and needs to be replaced. So the next series we are playing is (*drumroll*):
“Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?”
For details about it check out our updated Screenings page
In semi related news, most of our current schedule will be wrapping up over the next month. So if you have any suggestions for new series let us know. Any show will (probably) be considered regardless of genre as long as it is unlicensed.
– ANUSA C&S Awards nominations are still open (nominate us!)
– UC-REC commencement meeting this Sunday
– Reel Anime is still happening
– Nara Festival is in two weeks, if you would like to help out or have some manga or Japan related stuff you would like to sell let us know.
Just a reminder that nominations are (probably) still open for the ANUSA C&S Awards night. So if you know any clubs that are awesome or any events that have been awesome you should nominate them for awards.
For those of you who aren’t aware REEL Anime started this week! It’s four awesome/interesting movies plus Evangelion 3.0. All being played at Dendy Cinema everyday for a two week period. The line up, dates and session times can be found here. We probably won’t do anything official as a club but if you have the time (and money) you should check them out.
On the gaming side of things, tomorrow there is a Super Smash Bros Brawl Tournament being held at Good Game Canberra. It’s being run by the people who administer our weekly Smash Bros meet ups so if you’re keen to game head on down. Details are here.
Some of you may have heard that a new gaming related club has been formed at UC- the UCREC (UC Recreation and Entertainment Club). They’re still in the initial stages of setting up and are looking for more interested people to join. So if you live near UC and/or are interested in getting involved you should head along to their meeting next Sunday.
ANUAGS is going to have a presence at the Nara Festival on Saturday October 26th. If you’d like to help out or have same manga/anime/japan related stuff that you’d like to sell let us know.
And don’t forget about our weekly Smash Bros events every Monday from 6pm in MCCT3. Plus Screenings every Wednesday at 6pm and Friday at 5pm in MCCT3 too.