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Japanese Film Festival Regional in Darwin

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Japanese Film Festival Regional in Darwin


The Japanese Film Festival - Australia travelling program will tour Darwin with three contemporary #Japanese films, screening for #free. Presented by The Japan Foundation, Sydney and the Australian Japanese Association of the Northern Territory.

Free admission. Limited seating, reservations required.
***SESSION SOLD OUT***
Mirai (未来のミライ)

Please see below for more information.

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EVENT DETAILS
#JFFdarwin2019
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ADMISSION FOR FILMS
Tickets can be reserved on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2Mtnlqe

VENUE
BCC Cinemas Casuarina
Casuarina Square Shopping Centre
247 Trower Rd
Casuarina NT 0810

PROGRAM ENQUIRIES
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FILM PROGRAM & SCHEDULE
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***SESSION SOLD OUT***
FRIDAY, 18 OCT; 10:00AM

Mirai (未来のミライ)
***SESSION SOLD OUT***
2018 / Anime / 98mins / Rating: PG
English Audio

Fun family-friendly adventure anime!

Four-year-old Kun’s life gets turned upside down when he meets his new baby sister Mirai (meaning “future”). Having only known life as the apple of his parents' eyes, Kun immediately becomes jealous of Mirai, whose arrival has taken away his spotlight. One day, whilst sulking in the backyard, he finds a mysterious magical time-travelling gateway. Through it, he meets strangers from the past and future, including a teenage Mirai! Together, the two embark on a fantasy-filled adventure—uncovering their family’s history and the love that has been passed down through generations.

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SATURDAY, 19 OCT; 2:30PM

DAD'S LUNCH BOX (パパのお弁当は世界一)

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2017 / Drama / 76 mins / Rating: Suitable for all ages
In Japanese with English subtitles

Family drama based on a true story.

Dad’s Lunch Box is a heart-warming story of a newly-divorced father who vows to make his daughter Midori’s lunch every day until she finishes high school. Meanwhile, Midori it still adjusting to the new dynamic with her father and dealing with the trials and tribulations of high school life–friends and boys at the top of the list.

Based on a viral tweet that was retweeted by 80,000 people and received 260,000 likes, Masakazu Fukatsu’s debut feature film brings together a warm story of the growing bond between father and daughter, reinforcing the age-old sentiment that family connections are best built through food.

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SATURDAY, 19 OCT; 5:30PM

EVERY DAY A GOOD DAY (日日是好日)

http://bit.ly/2lxfxvG

2018 / Slice of Life, Drama / 100 mins / Rating: Suitable for all ages
In Japanese with English subtitles

Finding your passion in the most unexpected of places.

Noriko and Michiko are cousins about to graduate from university. Michiko is adventurous and graceful while Noriko is clumsy and shy—so when they begin tea ceremony lessons Noriko is understandably nervous. Their first lesson is difficult and their teacher is rigid, but the intricate fine details in the practice are fascinating enough for the girls to continue learning. While the lessons are only a hobby for Michiko, Noriko develops a passion for the practice and a deep connection to her teacher. Through the changing seasons of Noriko’s life, the ritual of tea ceremony becomes a safe place to meditate on the ups and downs of life.

Every Day a Good Day is an elegant, moving tale that brings the world of tea ceremony to life; based on essayist Noriko Morishita’s book of the same name.

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