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The Japanese Film Festival

When:

Wed 1 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–10:00pm
Thu 2 Nov 2017, 6:15pm–10:00pm
Fri 3 Nov 2017, 5:50pm–10:00pm
Sat 4 Nov 2017, 10:30am–11:00pm
Sun 5 Nov 2017, 10:15am–9:00pm

Where: Hoyts Cinema Carousel, 1382 Albany Hwy, Cannington, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $18.50
  • Concession: $15.50
  • 5 Film Pass: $75.00
  • Group bookings 10+: $13.50
  • Additional fees may apply

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This year at JFF 2017, expect to find old tales with new tricks and classic plots with refreshing stories. Fresh faces will grace the silver screen, alongside veterans who’ll shock, delight, and melt hearts. And for those who just want good ol’ Japanese cinema, don’t worry—we’re still the same JFF. Whether it’s slice of life drama or absurdist manga comedy, we’ve got you covered. We’ve got something for everybody.

The Japanese Film Festival in Australia (JFF) is presented by The Japan Foundation, Sydney. The JFF started in 1997 with three free film screenings by former Festival Director Masafumi Konomi, and is now one of the largest celebrations of Japanese films in the world.

Last year, the festival celebrated its 20th year with an audience of 26,100 Australia-wide. The festival has enjoyed great success over the years, with the opportunity to showcase a vast variety of cinematic delights from 35mm film classics to newly released titles currently screening in Japan. JFF brings out special guests from Japan for Q&A evenings and film screenings, as well as programs events for audience to enjoy Japanese traditional and pop culture.

JFF Australia is part of JFF Asia-Pacific Platform initiated by The Japan Foundation Asia Center based in Tokyo. This initiative aims to support and grow interest in Japanese films and cinema culture throughout the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia.

Tickets on sale 27 September.