On December 19, a new Evangelion-themed video “Until You Come to Me” was released by Studio Khara (スタジオカラー) and Dwango (ドワンゴー) as part of its “Japan Anima(tor)’s Exhibition” (日本アニメ（タ）見本市) series of short films.
These videos are original animation projects comprising of short films, spin-offs, and music videos, amongst others, to celebrate the freedom of expression, creativity, versatility, and talent through different genres.
“Until You Come to Me: The Concerted Fragments by Tatsuya Kushida’s Esquisse and music” is the last of seven short videos, and is a silent Evangelion short (mostly made up of stills) set to the music of Londonderry Air. Hideaki Anno, who also founded Studio Khara in 2006, has been credited in this film
, although whether this will lead to another full-length animated feature remains unconfirmed. UPDATE (Dec 26): According to Anime News Network (which quoted the first 2015 issue of Bugeishunjuu’s Weekly Bunshun magazine), the next and final Evangelion full-length feature is expected to be released sometime during Fall/Winter 2015. Hikaru Utada, who is officially on hiatus from the music industry (despite talks of her comeback), is also confirmed to sing a new theme song for the film.
If you are unable to view the Youtube video below, you can still watch it on the official Japan Anima(tor)’s Exhibition website – and be sure to check out the other six videos before it too. UPDATE (Dec 25): I saw that this video has been unfortunately removed from YouTube, and since there’s no equivalent, here are some screenshots as teasers/spoilers. But seriously, please go watch this aesthetically beautiful video on the link I gave and enjoy it for yourself.