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Onibaba is part of the free JFF Classics program and will be screening in Sydney and Melbourne.
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Saturday 22 October, 2pm
Sunday 30 October, 2pm
Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
Tuesday 29 November, 5:30pm
Fondly thought of as the Picasso of Japan, Taro Okamoto worked as a prolific avant-garde artist, philosopher, and writer until...
In this adaptation of Keigo Higashino’s best-selling novel, Detective Kosuke Nitta (Takuya Kimura; Blade of the Immortal) goes undercover in...
Diligent home-care nurse Ichiko is a fixture of her client’s family life: nursing the ailing bedridden grandmother while also warmly...
Adolescence is often fraught with anger and despair, leaving you feeling like you’re swimming in an endless sea of trouble...
Rival amateur musicians, punk Kan and new-wave Shingo, are sucked inside the corporate beast of Japanese 80s music industry. Seduced...
On the cusp of fame, rock band the JoKers mysteriously splits up. One year later, vocalist Jyo Kodukai has debuted...
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