Each episode has two titles: one is the original Japanese title, and the second is an English title that was chosen by Japanese studio Gainax itself. Most often, the official English title is not a direct translation of the Japanese title. For example, the direct translation of the Japanese title of episode 2 is "Unfamiliar Ceiling", but the English title is "The Beast". Sometimes, however, the two titles are either similar or exactly the same, as was the case with episode 10, "Magmadiver". Many tracks on the original soundtracks are named after the English episode names in which they are first used.
He is the protégé of Hideaki Anno , and a longtime animator at Gainax . Tsurumaki's first project at Gainax was as an animation director for the 1990 TV series Fushigi no Umi no Nadia ; Tsurumaki was also director of the humorous "omake" (extra) sequences that went along with the TV series, and producer of "Nadia Cinema Edition". In 1995, Tsurumaki served as an assistant director under Hideaki Anno in Gainax's landmark series Neon Genesis Evangelion , in which role he handled production, art director and setting assistant for some episodes. In 1997, he directed episode 25', the first half of the cinematic conclusion to the Evangelion series, The End of Evangelion . He assumed directorial duties for the 1998 TV series His and Her Circumstances after Anno abruptly left the project. In 2000, Tsurumaki officially made his debut as a full-fledged director with the six-part OVA series, FLCL . In 2004 he directed the hit sequel to Gunbuster called Aim for the Top 2! or Diebuster . He is currently working as a director on the new four feature Evangelion film series, Rebuild of Evangelion . He will direct the 2017 anime special The Dragon Dentist . 
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