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Two Japanese animated films — one dealing with the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and the other about the fantastical adventures of a nap-loving high school girl — have been nominated in one of the main categories for the 45th annual Annie Awards.

“In This Corner of the World,” Sunao Katabuchi’s feature about a girl’s coming of age in prewar Hiroshima and wartime Kure, and Kenji Kamiyama’s “Napping Princess” are among the five selections in contention for the category Best Animated Feature —Independent.

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