The Japan Foundation Manila’s Japan Film Week screens six films from July 22 to 26, 2020 via online for free.
The Japan Film Week is a spin-off of the foundation’s annual Japanese Film Festival.
The Japan Foundation Manila, in partnership with Solar Pictures, Sinag Maynila, and the Film Development Council of the Philippines, launches an online edition of the Japan Film Week for the first time.
The Japan Film Week aims to provide varied content to Filipino audiences nationwide who wish to expand their knowledge on Japanese arts, culture, and language, the foundation said.
This year’s roster of animation, documentary, drama, and feature films are Bittersweet (Nigakute amai), The Takatsu River (Takatsugawa), Chieri and Cherry (Chieri to Cherry), From All Corners (Tabisuru danboru), Hana’s Miso Soup (Hanachan no misoshiru), and What’s for Dinner, Mom? (Mama gohan mada?).
This online film screening is on a first-come, first-served basis and is subject to limited slot availability.
Viewers may access the films through the following link: https://bit.ly/Japan_Film_Week, after registering a free Vimeo account using the provided access code.
Screenings are subject to change without prior notice.
For updates, please check the foundaton’s social media links:
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