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Film Festival Information

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[Duration] Friday 14 November – Sunday 16 November 2014
[Venue] Le Do Cinema, 46 Tran Phu St, Hai Chau Dist., Danang City
[Ticket distribution] Starts from Monday 10 November 2014
Le Do Cinema
For more information on ticket distribution, please contact to the cinema.


The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam proudly presents Japanese Film Festival: PASSION 2014 from 10 October – 16 November 2014 in Hanoi, Danang, and Vung Tau.

Japanese Film Festival is one of the most anticipated annual events of the Japan Foundation and it is widely known that its free tickets are quickly run out in a few days, thanks to the enthusiastic Japanese film fans in Vietnam.

This year’s film festival focuses on the introduction of Japanese films under the theme of “PASSION”. We will screen Eight Japanese films, which relate with passion; a passion that looks comical, a passion that keeping their determination quietly, a passion to fight toward better future… . We hope you enjoy various Japanese passions in these films.

The festival’s opener is ROBO-G (dir. Shinobu Yaguchi/2012), is already screened some cities in Vietnam and got many laugh and a favorable reception. Comical scientists and strange robot will appear screen in Hanoi at last!

All films will be screened with both English and Vietnamese sub-title. The admission is free, but the audience is advised to obtain the free tickets at following venues.

PRESS RELEASE
19 September 2014

The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam proudly presents Japanese Film Festival: PASSION 2014 from 10 October – 16 November 2014 in Hanoi, Danang, and Vung Tau.

Japanese Film Festival is one of the most anticipated annual events of the Japan Foundation and it is widely known that its free tickets are quickly run out in a few days, thanks to the enthusiastic Japanese film fans in Vietnam.

This year’s film festival focuses on the introduction of Japanese films under the theme of “PASSION”. We will screen Eight Japanese films, which relate with passion; a passion that looks comical, a passion that keeping their determination quietly, a passion to fight toward better future… . We hope you enjoy various Japanese passions in these films.

The festival’s opener is ROBO-G (dir. Shinobu Yaguchi/2012), is already screened some cities in Vietnam and got many laugh and a favorable reception. Comical scientists and strange robot will appear screen in Hanoi at last!

All films will be screened with both English and Vietnamese sub-title. The admission is free, but the audience is advised to obtain the free tickets at following venues.

Film Festival Information:

Film list: (please click on the film titles for their synopsis)
1. One Million Yen Girl (2008 /dir. Yuki Tanada)
2. Feel the Wind (2009 /dir. Sumio Omori)
3. Bushido Sixteen (2010 /dir. Tomoyuki Furumaya)
4. Shodo Girls!! (2010 /dir. Ryuichi Inomata)
5. In His Chart (2011 /dir. Yoshihiro Fukagawa)
6. Peak –The Rescuers- (2011 /dir. Osamu Katayama)
7. Tomorrow’s Joe (2011 /dir. Fumihiko Sori)
8. Robo-G (2012 /dir. Shinobu Yaguchi)

Hanoi
[Duration] Friday 10 October – Sunday 19 October 2014
[Venue] National Cinema Center (87 Lang Ha, Ba Dinh, Hanoi)
[Ticket distribution] Starts from 10:00 on Saturday 4 October 2014
The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam
27 Quang Trung, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
[Opening hours: 09:00 – 18:00 on weekdays (6~9 Oct),
10:00 – 16:00 on Sunday (5 Oct)]
Each person can get maximum 4 tickets
Vung Tau

[Duration] Friday 31 October – Sunday 2 November 2014


[Hanoi, Vung Tau & Da Nang] Japanese Film Festival 2014: Passion

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