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The Japanese Film Festival kicks off

Romanian Cinematheque invite film lovers to this year’s edition of the Japanese Film Festival, scheduled September 17 – 22 in Bucharest.
As usual, the host of the event is the Romanian Cinematheque, and screenings are to take place in Eforie Hall (2nd Eforie Street), based on the program mentioned below.
The six films of this year’s edition of the Japanese Film Festival intend to present the Bucharest audience a few successful productions of present Japanese cinema, as the selection includes several long films and an animation film. The works are signed by well known directors, such as Yasuo Furuhata, a master of psychological films, Yoshishige Miyage, Keishi Ohtomo, Yoshihiro Nakamura and Takashi Yamazaki. The productions belong to a great variety of genres: comedy, SF, psychological drama, anime, and are released in the years 2011-2013.
The organizers of the event are the Embassy of Japan to Romania, Japan Foundation and the National Archive of Films – The Romanian Cinematheque.
The first two films in the program are subtitled in Romanian and the rest of them are subtitled in English.
The access of the audience to all screenings is free.

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