The Japan Foundation, Manila, in celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Japanese Film Festival (JFF) in the Philippines, announces the full lineup of films to be screened in Baguio City for free.
Widely acknowledged as EIGASAI, the JFF will be held at SM City Baguio Cinema from Thursday, August 10 to Sunday, August 13, and the Japan Foundation is proud to feature award-winning and recently released films including animation, drama, comedy and documentary with a total of 12 titles. Of the films to be screened, 11 are with English subtitles and one is dubbed in Filipino offering film lovers the chance to experience their favorite genre while discovering something new.
According to Amy Kurokawa of the Japan Foundation Manila Office, all screenings at SM City Baguio Cinema are free and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The films to be screened on 10-Aug (Thu) are: 1:30PM – “Bakuman” (Filipino-dubbed) PG, 4:30PM “The Long Excuse” R13, 7:30PM –”The Magnificent Nine” PG, on 11-Aug (Fri) 1:30PM “Chihayafuru” Part.1 PG, 4:30PM – “What A Wonderful Family!” PG and at 7:30PM – “Creepy” R13. On 12-Aug (Sat), the following films will be screened: 1:30PM “Sweet Bean” (AN) PG, 4:30PM -”Tsukiji Wonderland” PG and at 7:30PM “Her Love Boils Bathwater” PG. On 13-Aug (Sun), the following films will be screened: 1:30PM – “The Anthem of the Heart” PG, 4:30PM “Chihayafuru” Part.2 PG and at 7:30PM – “The Mohican Comes Home” R13.
The JFF-EIGASAI 2017 started in Manila in July honoring the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month. It features over 100 screenings in nine venues across the Philippines including Manila, Cebu, Davao, Baguio and Iloilo. PR/CNA / ABN
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