The seventh Japanese Film Festival brings the best of Japan to Irish screens over 16 days from April 8th to 23rd, at venues around the country.
The Japanese Film Festival in partnership with the Lighthouse Cinema has crafted an impressive lineup of anime films to enjoy over the coming months.
The Japanese Film Festival, which celebrates its 10th year in April 2018, has unveiled its full programme. For its 10th edition the 2018 Festival will return to Dublin, Cork and Limerick, and also visit Galway, Tipperary, Sligo, Waterford and Dundalk, presenting 50 screenings of 17 films nationally.
Japanese Film Festival presents special screenings of Makoto Shinkai's new film Your Name on November 24th across Ireland.
The Japanese Film Festival will return this April to bring the best of new Japanese cinema to Irish audiences from April 8 - 22, 2018.
Light House Cinema and the Japanese Film Festival are teaming up to bring some of the most iconic films in anime history back to the big screen this May, as they present Vintage Anime House in Road House Cinema on Smithfield Square from May 4th-9th.
News has been released about this year's Japanese Film Festival and as usual, it looks like it's going to be another great festival.
The Japanese Film Festival will present exclusive fan preview screenings of the highly anticipated anime Mary and the Witch's Flower nationally on April 10th as part of its 10th edition.