Japanese Film Festival (JFF) Fringe May 30 - August 29, 2018

For those who missed the Japanese Film Festival (JFF) earlier this year, you're in luck. Because an off-season program called JFF Fringe, which will feature four contemporary Japanese films has just been announced. The films will be screened once only over the period of May 30 - August 29, 2018 at Sydney's Event Cinemas George St and Event Cinemas Brisbane City Myer Centre.

Tickets are $15 each and are on sale at participating cinemas' box offices and online.

For further details head over to www.japanesefilmfestival.net/jff-fringe-2018

Screening Schedule:

May 30 - Gintama
Lightening the mood is the live-action gag-comedy Gintama, set in an alternate universe where feudal Japan is occupied by aliens.

June 27 - Honnouji Hotel
Present meets past in the Australian premiere of Honnouji Hotel, an entertaining period film with a fantasy twist.

The beautifully hand-drawn animation In This Corner of the World is a realistic and moving film that won the Japan Academy Prize 2017 for Best Animation.

August 29 - The Long Excuse
A sold-out film at JFF 2016, The Long Excuse is an introspective family drama exploring realistic human connections.

- Stu 


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