A Different Japanese-Flavored Movie Everyday

japanese film fest 2010

In celebration of the Japanese Film Fest 2010, the Consular Office of Japan in Cebu is showcasing eight (8) different Japanese films at the Ayala Center Cebu on the following schedules:

August 3 (Tuesday)
7:00 PM – Always – Sunset on Third Street 2 (2:26)
* NOTE: Last year, the first movie in this series was shown during the Eiga Sai 2009. See related post.

August 4 (Wednesday)
7:00 PM – Glasses (1:46)

August 5 (Thursday)
7:00 PM – The Bandage Club (1:58)

August 6 (Friday)
7:00 PM – The Battery Future in Our Hands (1:59)

August 7 (Saturday)
4:00 PM – Fourteen (1:54)
7:00 PM – I Just Didn’t Do It (2:23)

August 8 (Sunday)
4:00 PM – How To Become Myself (1:37)
7:00 PM – TOKYO TOWER – Mom & Me, and Sometimes Dad (2:22)

* Download full synopsis here and here.

It would have been great if Franz Kafka’s A Country Doctor and Milyori in the Sacred Forest would be shown but oh, well, we can’t be too picky. *wink*

This event is made possible through the cooperation of the Japanese Association Cebu, Inc., the Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Cebu, Inc., and the Ayala Center Cebu.

And while you’re in the mall premises, maybe you can grab a bite at The Terraces and participate in their newest top food picks contest. Details here.
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Image features scenes from the participating movies and edited using Adobe Photoshop CS. All rights reserved. Artwork © Pachuvachuva, 2010.

Mucho thanks to Ms. Wilma Entera of the Ayala Malls Group for forwarding the schedules. :D

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