[Endcreditsfilm] Fwd: Invitation: Free Japanese films in Cairns - Japanese Film Festival Mini
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> From: Alison Groves <alison_groves at jpf.org.au>
> Date: 18 January 2018 at 12:56:31 pm AEST
> To: admin at endcredits.org.au
> Cc: Japanese Film Festival <japanesefilmfestival at jpf.org.au>
> Subject: Invitation: Free Japanese films in Cairns - Japanese Film Festival Mini
> Dear End Credits
> We're delighted to announce the Japanese Film Festival will return to Cairns on February 25 2018, with three FREE film screenings at Cairns Central Cinemas.
> We extend the invitation to this free cultural film festival event to you and your members.
> The schedule of films is as follows:
> 10am THE MOHICAN COMES HOME
> 12:30pm TSUKIJI WONDERLAND
> 2:45pm YOUR NAME
> - All films screen ONCE only, please see session times
> - In Japanese with English subtitles unless otherwise state
> We would love you to join us for the event, and welcome you to circulate the invitation across your film-loving network.
> I am including some additional film descriptions below which may interest you, for more details, see: http://japanesefilmfestival.net/jff-mini/
> Thank you for your time, and best regards
> 1. THE MOHICAN COMES HOME
> Sporting a mohawk, Eikichi returns home to announce his engagement to his Tokyoite girlfriend. His conservative dad Osamu is outraged but secretly delighted at the news. The village celebrates Eikichi’s homecoming, but not long after, Osamu is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. The events that follow are a blend of hilarity and tragedy as father and son patch up old wounds through a shared love for music.
> 2016 / Comedy / 124mins
> Rating: Recommended for 12+
> Trailer: https://youtu.be/KVCkEJzzIJY
> 2. TSUKIJI WONDERLAND
> A unique documentary offering an insider’s view to the intricate relationship between fishermen, wholesalers, and professional chefs in the world’s largest fish market in Tokyo. While not addressing the sustainability aspects in the industry, the documentary focuses instead on the complex human ecology of Tsukiji, its landmark legacy on Japanese food culture, and undisputed world-class reputation among chefs.
> 2016 / Documentary / 110mins/In English and Japanese with English subtitles.
> Rating: All ages
> Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watchv=8mWE1tqVvqI
> 3. YOUR NAME
> Mitsuha and Taki are two total strangers living completely different lives. But when Mitsuha makes a wish to leave her mountain town for the bustling city of Tokyo, they become connected in a bizarre way. She dreams she is a boy living in Tokyo while Taki dreams he is a girl from a rural town he's never been to. What does their newfound connection mean? And how will it bring them together?
> 2016 / Anime / 107mins / Rating: PG
> Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watchv=2ZNhu6ez_cQ
> Cairns Central Cinemas
> Cairns Central Shopping Centre
> McLeod St & Spence St
> Cairns City QLD 4870
> Free; first-come, first-served.
> Alison Groves | Program Coordinator
> Arts & Culture Department
> The Japan Foundation, Sydney
> Level 4, Central Park
> 28 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008
> T: 02 8239 0055
> W: www.jpf.org.au | TW: @JPFSydney | FB: japanfoundationsydney
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