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Japanese Film Festival 2016

The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) returns in 2016 for its 20th anniversary. There's a huge program for the Canberra leg of the national Festival, shining a spotlight on the best of Japanese culture.

Carefully curated by The Japan Foundation, Sydney, the 2016 Festival will present exciting new films direct from Japan, including comedy, samurai and yakuza action, manga adaptations, high school romance and much more.

Highlights of the 2016 Festival include Creep, the latest film from Japan’s leading horror director Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Cure) about a former detective who investigates the case of a missing family all the while obvious of the dangers close to home, Chihayafuru Part I and II based on the popular manga series of the same name, and a fascinating documentary which captures the unique culture of the world’s largest seafood market, Tsukiji Wonderland.

DETAILS

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ENTRY COSTS

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