Twin Engine Launches 2 New Studios

Anime planning and production company Twin Engine has recently announced the establishment of two new studios: Studio Chromato and Crew-Cell.

These additions are a testament to Twin Engine’s commitment to expanding its creative capabilities and furthering its impact in the industry. The new studios are situated in Tokyo.

Shingo Yamashita, a highly experienced animator and director, holds the position of representative director at Studio Chromato.

He has an impressive portfolio, having directed popular shows like Pokémon: Twilight Wings and Blossom’s Dream, as well as contributing to the opening sequences of Jujutsu Kaisen’s first season as a storyboarder and unit director.

Kazuki Enami, the representative director at Crew-Cell, has an impressive portfolio that includes popular titles such as I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level, FLCL Alternative, and Gatchaman Crowds Insight.

twin engine Twin Engine Launches 2 New Studios

Studio Chromato is excited to bring together our talented staff to embark on a mission to create unique and innovative visual expressions.

Crew-Cell’s slogan is “Create and Show,” and it excels in the development of digital tools and workflow, as well as human resources training.

The studios will be a valuable addition to Twin Engine’s EOTA studio team. Twin Engine has graciously shared the updated diagram of its EOTA studio team.

Twin Engine opened a new studio called Nagomi in January

Twin Engine formed the EOTA studio team in April 2020. EOTA enables studios to collaborate and combine their resources to create video content for global distribution. It also allows them to produce short content for various platforms, including social media.

Additionally, EOTA facilitates the formation of a group that can adapt and continue producing work in flexible situations.

The new studio team fosters a collaborative environment, enabling studios to work together and leverage their unique strengths and expertise.

In October 2021, Twin Engine expanded its portfolio by establishing two new anime studios: BUG FILMS and Scooter Films. The studios are a valuable addition to the EOTA team.

Twin Engine was founded in 2014 by Representative Director Kōji Yamamoto.

Source: Press Release

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