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Japanese Film Festival 2014

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

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Japanese Film Festival 2014 presents 24 films from 26 June to 12 July 2014 at the National Museum of Singapore. Organised by The Japan Foundation, Japan Creative Centre, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Film Society and Luna Films, this year will be the 21st edition of the festival in Singapore.

 

In addition to the free and paid admissions, there will be an additional mystery screening for this year's closing film of the festival. Tickets to this screening will be balloted among festival attendees and no tickets will be sold. All films will be screened on 35mm, a rarity with today’s digital cinema, are presented uncut in their original versions of Japanese language with English subtitles.

 

Ticket for 'The Mole Song' is sold out. Photo: (c) 2014 Mole Song Committee

 

Event: Japanese Film Festival 2014

Where: National Museum of Singapore, Gallery Theatre

Date: 26 June to 12 July

Admission: Free and Paid

Ticket details: http://jpfilmfestival.com/jff2014/ticketing.html

 

'Homeland' is screening on 11 July 2014. Photo: (c) 2014 Leji Commitee

 

Retrospective (Free Admission)

This category features 15 selected works of Ichikawa Kon. Highlights include Nobi, The Makioka Sisters, Harp of Burma (Winner at Venice Film Festival), Odd Obsession (Winner at Cannes Film Festival), and Punishment Room.

 

Currents (Paid Admission)

This category features 7 selected works from a diverse pool of contemporary and up-and-coming film directors. Highlights include The Mole Song, Tale of Iya, Maruyama the Middle Schooler, Leaving on the 15th Spring and Homeland.

 

Mystery Screening (Free Admission)

This year, we will screen a mystery film whose title will not be revealed until the actual screening. Entry to the screening is by free tickets which will be allotted through a ballot among audiences.

 

Movie schedules: http://jpfilmfestival.com/jff2014/schedule.html 

 

'The Tale of Iya' is screening on 12 July 2014. Photo: (c) 2013 Tetsuichiro Tsuta

 

'Homesick' is screening on 05 July 2014. Photo: (c) 2012 PFF Partners

 

'Ten Dark Women' is screening on 03 July 2014. Photo: (c)1961 Kadokawa Pictures

 

 

For more information on Japanese Film Festival 2014, visit http://jpfilmfestival.com.

 

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/JapaneseFilmFestival 

 

 

Photos: Japanese Film Festival 2014Posted by Admin in Entertainment on 25 Jun 2014

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