From the floating world of Edo to a fantasy world of crazy ninjas, enjoy a taste of Japan with tremendous films at this year’s Japanese Film Festival!
In Sydney, JFF Classics screenings will be held at the Art Gallery of NSW throughout October and are all FREE. Tickets will be issued at the Domain Theatre one hour before.
The JFF Core Program will take place from 5-15 November at Event Cinemas in George Street and Parramatta.
Here’s the Classic and Core JFF Program
Wrapping up JFF 2015 in each city is Festival highlight 100 Yen Love—an indie film that entertains and breaks hearts in equal measure.
Ichiko (Sakura Ando) is a 32-year-old slacker with few prospects in life. An encounter between Ichiko, the mysterious ‘Banana Man’ and a boxing gym triggers a chain of events that leads to Ichiko’s metamorphosis, and the literal fight to take back her own life.
100 Yen Love is an intriguing tale of an awkward woman, an awkward love and a quest for personal triumph. It is also Japan’s official entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming 88th Academy Awards®.
To find out more about the film click here.