Turning Japanese

Here’s another treat for us, movie maniacs.

The Consular Office of Japan in Cebu, in cooperation with the Japanese Association in Cebu, Inc., the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Ayala Center Cebu, presents Eiga Sai 2009, a week-long festival showcasing nothing but the most insightful Japanese films participating this year.

turning japanese - eiga sai 2009

Be sure to drop by Ayala Cinema 4 on these dates and times:

Jul 28 (Tue)
7:00 PM – ALWAYS – Sunset on Third Street (PG-13)

July 29 (Wed)
7:00 PM – The Milkwoman (PG-13)

Jul 30 (Thu)
7:00 PM – Turn Over (General Audience)

Jul 31 (Fri)
7:00 PM – Tony Takitani (PG-13)

Aug 1 (Sat)
4:00 PM – Mind Game (R-13)
7:00 PM – Memories of Tomorrow (General Audience)

Aug 2 (Sun)
4:00 PM – Kamome Diner (PG-13)
7:00 PM – Memories of Matsuko (R-18)

Click here for schedules across the country or for more information about the festival.
Special mention to Wilma Entera of the Ayala Mall Group for forwarding the schedule. πŸ˜‰

TRIVIA
Image was created in Photoshop CS with the black flowers and bamboo shoots from the Japanese Foliage Brush Pack on DesignFruit by Jason Gaylor. The rest of the brushes used are native to Photoshop. Big thanks from Pachuvachuva.

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