Here is another fantastic chance to see more independent Japanese films in London. Japan Centre has teamed up with the Raindance Film Festival to offer you the chance to win tickets to see some of the best quality Japanese cinema releases this year.
Since 1994, Raindance has unleashed some of the most potent and exceptional Japanese films and filmmakers onto the British public… and this year is no exception with this chance to discover the best indie films Japan has to offer. With a total of nine different Japanese films being shown at the festival from the 28th September to 9th October, you are sure to find something that you will like.
Another week, another great competition! To continue with our Japanese film and theatre prizes, this week we have a wonderful opportunity for two Japan Centre fans to win a pair of tickets to see ‘Villain’, a Japanese crime thriller that critics are calling the “best Japanese film of 2010”!
Read on for details of the film and how to enter the competition.
Japan Centre and Toku Restaurant have teamed up with the British Film Institute to offer a fantastic competition for a night full of tantalizingly tasty Japanese food and exciting, post-war cinema. Immerse yourself in Japanese culture with a trip to Toku Restaurant, where you can indulge in the finest traditional Japanese food before heading off to see a choice of some of the most vibrant and innovative films ever created. This amazing competition includes a meal for two at Toku Restaurant including wine and entry to any one of the Japanese films being shown at the BFI Southbank throughout August.