For 14 days, fans of Japanese films all over Germany and abroad will have the chance to enjoy the newest Japanese films from the comfort of their own homes. The festival will be streaming their entire programme of over 70 films, consisting of around 40 film blocks and varying from vivid anime and ambitious short films to rich arthouse experiences and genre-defining blockbusters.
The online ticket cost 5 euro per block and can be purchased from the festival website. A large portion of ticket sales will go directly to the Japanese filmmakers, many of whom are facing hardships due to the corona crisis. The purchase of a ticket therefore not only helps support the festival, but also the filmmakers who make it possible.
Japan-Filmfest Hamburg will additionally be releasing free videos daily on the YouTube channel.
When: 19 August – 2 September
More info & Tickets: https://jffh.de/en
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