Japanese cinema festival starts in Rostov-on-Don Automatic translate
ROSTOV-ON-DON. December 4 in Rostov begins its second festival of Japanese cinema. The event was organized by the Kizuna Russian-Japanese Friendship Society with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Rostov Region, the Rostov branch of the Union of Cinematographers, and the Japanese Embassy in Russia.
“The Japanese film festival will be held in the Don capital for the second time. Last year, the first event was a success, and we sincerely hope that in the future we will maintain a good tradition that will allow us to better understand the culture of Japan, ”said Artem Safonov, Chairman of the Board of the Assistance to Russian-Japanese Friendship Kizuna Board.
The festival program includes four Japanese films, so on December 4th the film “Always: Sunsets on Third Street” - 3, directed by Takashi Yamazaki, 2012 will be shown. The film "You are from me" (2010), directed by Naoto Kumazawa, will be shown on December 5th. Then on December 6, the organizers will demonstrate the film “Buns of Happiness” (2012), directed by Yukiko Mishima. The festival will end on December 7th with the screening of the film Catchers of Forgotten Dreams (2011) by Makoto Shinkai.
The event will be held at the Cinema House on the street. Pushkinskaya, 215. The beginning of all sessions at exactly 19:00. All films will be broadcast in the original language with Russian subtitles. Entrance to the festival of Japanese cinema - by invitation cards.
Svetlana Korableva © Gallerix.ru
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