Suki Newsletter
SUKI is published 3-times a year by the Japan Foundation Manila to make up-to-date information to individuals and organizations interested in Japanese Studies and International Culture Exchange.
Merienda Newsletter

MERIENDA is published 2-times a year by the Japan Foundation Manila to make up-to-date information to Filipino Nihongo Teachers, individuals and organizations interested in Japanese Studies.

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The Japan Foundation, Manila holds film festivals of full-length Japanese feature films / documentaries and other culturally enriching visual presentations with English sub-titles. Film screenings are occasionally held in joint sponsorship with other foreign and local cultural organizations; lectures by film directors and seminar/workshops are also made available to film enthusiasts and the general public.
Eiga Sai 2011 goes to the UP Film Institute, Diliman (August 17 to 20)

July 1 - 10 (Shang Cineplex Cinema 4, Shangri-La Plaza, EDSA, Mandaluyong City)
July 22-24 (Gaisano South City Mall, Davao City)
August 2-7 (Ayala Center Cinema,Cebu City)
August 17-20 (UP Film Institute, Diliman, Quezon City)

This year's featured films include Departures (81st Academy Award "Best Foreign Language Film" 2009), The Summit: Chronicle of Stones, The Chef of South Polar, One Million Yen Girl, Your Friend, Yunagi City, Sakura Country, Summer Days with Coo, Climber's High, Feel the Wind and Villon's Wife.

5th International Silent Film Festival (August 2011)

Opens August 26 to 28 (Friday to Sunday)
Shang Cineplex Cinema 2, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Edsa, Mandaluyong City

Expect another round of captivating classic films, now on its 5th year, the annual International Silent Film Festival continue to inspire and amuse audience with its classical appeal and unique artistry thru the fusion of black-and-white images and live music score.