Film

Book Launch: On Kurosawa: a Tribute to the Master Director

24 January 2019

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

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Japanese Film Festival

1 February & 8 February 2019

University of Edinburgh

The Japanese film festival will be held at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh and the Japan Foundation.

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Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2019

2 February - 28 March 2019

Various

Since 2004, the Japan Foundation, London has organised a Japanese film programme in close partnership with distinguished film venues and programme advisors in the UK.

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Afternoon Tea and Film Screening with Director Keisuke Yoshida

8 February 2019

Afternoon Tea at The Delaunay & Film Screening at Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

Keisuke Yoshida is a Japanese film director and screenwriter. While he was still studying at Tokyo Visual Arts he started making his own independent films and participated in the films of Shinya Tsukamoto.

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Films at the Embassy of Japan: NHK World Documentaries

27 February 2019

Embassy of Japan, London

Co-organised by the Japan Information and Cultural Centre (JICC) and NHK World Japan, Showing The Lost Hokusai & Kurara: The Dazzling Life of Hokusai’s Daughter

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Talk: Bodyscapes - New films by Japanese artists

28 February 2019

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Bodyscapes is a collection of new films by Japanese artists whose use of the body is central to their work – either as a landscape, a political metaphor or method of expression – the body acts as a vehicle and subject to communicate ideas....

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Films at the Embassy of Japan: The UK premiere of STAR SAND   星砂物語, Followed by Director’s Q&A

15 March 2019

Embassy of Japan, London

It is the first week of April 1945. The Americans are bombarding Okinawa and have landed in their tens of thousands. But on a small island remote from the terrors of battle, 16-year-old Hiromi lives alone in a deserted house...

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A Talk by Yukiko Mishima (Director of Dear Etranger)

28 March 2019

The Soho Hotel, London

Following the UK premiere of Dear Etranger in early February, Mishima will join us in conversation with Dr Irene González-López of Kingston University, revealing the behind the scenes production of a poignant human drama which deliberates on the meaning of "family"...

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Films at the Embassy of Japan: Of Love & Law   愛と法

17 April 2019

Embassy of Japan, London

Kazu and Fumi are running a law firm in downtown Osaka. The two male lawyers are partners not only in business but also in marriage. People showing up at the firm for advice are faced with various problems such as being in a sexual minority, child protection issues, the lack of official family records or being the subject of lawsuits. ...

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