FUNimation has announced a distribution deal with Bigger Picture to digitally distribute Japanese films to the US market.

FUNimation will release the Yoji Yamada period drama “Love and Honor,” the SF toon “Vexille,” the kiddy toon “One Piece” and the period epic “The Blue Wolf: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea” using the digital delivery technology developed by AccessIT to securely send the pics to theaters across the U.S.

[youtube][/youtube] Trailer for Vexille

Bigger Pictures is known for beaming anime to teen and college groups and according to Variety, has distributed more than 40 pics theatrically.

via Variety

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  1. Rob
    October 23, 2007 at 10:18 am — Reply

    Sweet! Now we can watch crappily animated cartoons that make no sense and caue children to go into convulsions here in America too!

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