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FROM ANIME to historical comedies, stories of financial corruption to all kinds of romance, the seventh annual Japanese Film Festival promises a programme of acclaimed new Japanese cinema from some of the country’s leading directors and actors.
THE GREAT Passage, Japan’s official submission to the Oscars’ Best Foreign Language Film category, will receive its Irish premiere at The Japanese Film Festival.
THE 2013 Japanese Film Festival returns to Galway this month and will be taking place from Sunday April 21 to Wednesday 24. The films will be screened The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
A TRAIN driver who embarks on a strange adventure, a woman who breaks the mould by entering the male dominated world of 19th century photography, an inspirational schoolteacher, and the mesmerising Penélope Cruz, can all be seen at this season’s Galway Film Society screenings.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre has just released details of its programme for the coming months and audiences can look forward to a line-up packed with theatre, music, comedy, film, and even some beer for good measure.
JAPAN HAS one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world. Its first films were screened in 1897 - only two years after the Lumière brothers made their famous screenings in Paris. Today the country is currently the third largest feature film producer.