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Win 2 Tickets For 'Okko's Inn' + Merchandise Pack With GKIDS Films [CLOSED]

It's giveaway time once again on AFA! Next up is Okko's Inn, the upcoming Japanese animated feature release from GKIDS. The film will screen in the US in association with Fathom Events on April 22 (dubbed) and 23 (subtitled). We're teaming up with GKIDS to offer you the chance to win 2 free tickets to a screening of your choice, plus an exclusive merchandise pack.

From the Ghibli veteran animator  Kitaro Kosaka and acclaimed Japanese animation studio Madhouse, Okko's Inn is the kind of Ghost Story only Japan can produce. After losing her parents in a car crash, Okko moves to live with her grandmother in their Inn in the countryside. As she trains to take over the family business she discovers the Inn is home to friendly ghosts that only she can see!

The contest runs from midnight March 29 to 11:59 PM April 8 (all times Eastern). The winners will be selected and notified by GKIDS Films after the closing date. US entries only. All you have to do is enter using the widget below, or via this link. Not lucky enough to win? Get your tickets here!

Okko's Inn - Animation For Adults

After losing her parents in a car accident, Okko goes to live in the countryside with her grandmother, who runs a traditional Japanese inn built on top of an ancient spring said to have healing waters. While she goes about her chores and prepares to become the inn’s next caretaker, Okko discovers there are spirits who live there that only she can see – not scary ones, but welcoming ghosts who keep her company, play games and help her navigate her new environment. The inn’s motto is that it welcomes all and will reject none, and this is soon put to the test as a string of new guests challenge Okko’s ability to be a gracious host. But ultimately Okko discovers that dedicating herself to others becomes the key to taking care of herself.

The latest feature from famed anime studio Madhouse and director Kitaro Kosaka, who was a key animator on numerous classic films at the venerable Studio Ghibli, seamlessly blends immersive, idyllic landscapes with the storybook charm of Okko’s beloved ghosts. Okko’s Inn delivers a rare ghost story that –despite several floating characters – is firmly grounded in the trials and joys of humanity.