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PROGRAMMING: PANEL SCHEDULE / PHOTO GALLERIES / VIDEO STREAMS

In addition to the panels and presentations that we have arranged on Youtube and facebook, we also reached out to our fellow fans to assist with some video entertainment throughout the weekend over several channels and platforms.


KAIJU FLIX AT THE PICKWICK ON DKU-TV

Daikaiju TV (DKU-TV) which will be streaming day and night during the online convention. DKU-Tv also has the great honor of picking up the mantle of showing the films that featuring the convention guests. These films are usually shown during G-Fest at the grand ol’ Pickwick Theater in Chicago. But the fun begins a couple of days before the full 2 days of stuff to see with 4 theme days of streams on DKU-TV – Tokusatsu Films (Thursday), Gamera Films (Friday), Ultraman Films (Saturday) and Godzilla Films (Sunday). Each theme day stream will have about 6 films and will start at 8 am ET and continues until 5 pm ET. And in the evening, ‘Flix at the Pickwick’ will start at 7 pm ET with 3 films that feature guests that will be appearing online at KAIJU CON-LINE.

G-FEST FLASHBACK STREAM ON FACEBOOK

Starting Thursday July 9th and running all weekend, we will be running G-FEST Flashback, a Facebook Live event in coordination with Kaiju Con-Line that will feature panels and highlights from G-FEST 1998 up to G-FEST XX from 2013. See panels by Akira Takarada, Kenji Sahara, Bin Furuya, Noriaki Yuasa, Shinji Higuchi, Hiroyuki Watanabe, Hiroshi Sagae, Shinichi Wakasa, Tom Kitagawa and more.

KAIJU KID RADIO TV ON TWITCH

Drop by the Monster Kid Movie Club where Monster Kid Radio becomes Kaiju Kid Radio for the weekend! Movies, television programs, short videos, commercials, and more kaiju-content will be shown starting Saturday morning starting at 8am PT/10am CT. The stream will run until at least 10pm PT/midnight CT. And chat with your fellow kaiju fans and Kaiju Conliners in the Live Chat all day!

ICFAMMPODCAST KAIJU CHARITY WATCH PARTY

Join Henry, the Host of the It Came From A Monster Movie! Podcast, as he showcases a variety of giant monsters throughout the weekend while also raising awareness for humanitarian charities and aid to help fellow content creators.