"Godzilla & Hiroshima: The Dawn of the Kaiju Eiga" In Production

by Armand Vaquer

Above, the a-bomb mushroom cloud over Hiroshima.
A new Godzilla documentary is currently in production in Spain.

The documentary, Godzilla & Hiroshima: The Dawn of the Kaiju Eiga is being produced and directed by Jonathan Bellés. The production years are 2013-2014 with a release in Summer 2014. The planned running time is 90 minutes.

Film historians, critics and others from Spain, France, Belgium, United States, Canada and Japan will be interviewed for the documentary, which will take a look at the influence and connection between the daikaiju eiga genre and the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nakasaki.

The website for the documentary is here.

 Here's the teaser trailer for the documentary:

 

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