The Japan Foundation is pleased to announce that the Japan Foundation through the Japan Foundation Asia Center, partners with UNIJAPAN and the Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) to organize the Film Culture Exchange Projects between Japan and countries in Asia at the TIFF for the next seven years until 2020.
Under the partnership, the Japan Foundation will support the following programs: 1. Invitation of film people and journalists to the Tokyo International Film Festival
For the promotion of people exchanges and networking opportunities among Asian film related persons, key figures including...
Now on its 8th edition, the Manila International Silent Film Festival is the only one of its kind in Asia—a multi-cultural showcase of silent movies accompanied by live music from local and international artists. Joins us for this unique cinematic experience from 28 – 31 August 2014 at the Shang Cineplex Cinema 2, Shangri-La Plaza, Edsa, Mandaluyong City.
The Japan Foundation, Manila will be featuring a 1927 film by Daisuke Ito’s “Chuji Tabi Nikki - A Diary of Chuji's Travels” with live music score by KaapiN Band—an experimental indie electronic...
The Japan Foundation, Manila is pleased to announce the annual celebration of the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month in Baguio from August 10 – 30 in different venues in Baguio and La Trinidad.
Under the theme “Your Whisper to Twinkling Stars”, a month-long celebration will kick-off with the opening ceremony of the Japanese Film Festival on August 10 at the FDCP Cinematheque Baguio. The festival at the Cinematheque runs from August 12 to 17 and admission is for free. The film festival features 9 Japanese contemporary films such as “ROBO-G” and “The Voices...
The 2014 EigaSai (Japanese Film Festival) at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall was successfully concluded last weekend.
As a kick-off event of the July celebration of the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month, the Japan Foundation, Manila presented the “Eiga Sai” in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan, Shangri-La Plaza Mall and the Film Development Council of the Philippines.
With the screening of sixteen Japanese contemporary films with a theme focused on the “family”, the Eiga Sai had an enthusiastic film audience of approximately 11,000 - it was indeed...