EigaSai: Japanese Film Festival 2023 Is Back at Select Cinemas Nationwide
by: The Beat Asia
January 12, 2023
Heads up! The Japanese Film Festival (JFF), or more commonly known as EigaSai, is making an in-person comeback this 2023 with 10 films to be shown in select cinemas nationwide. This is your chance to watch Japanese movies curated by the Japan Foundation Manila for a low price.
The screenings will be held from Jan. 21 to Feb. 22 at Shangri-la Red Carpet Cinema 4; SM Cinemas in Baguio, Cebu, and Davao; and the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) Cinematheque Centres in Manila, Negros, Iloilo, Nabunturan, and Davao. Check out the lineup below!
“Belle” (animation) – Starring: Nakamura Kaho, Satoh Takeru
“Every Day A Good Day” – Starring: Haru Kuroki, Kilin Kiki, Mikako Tabe
“Intolerance” – Starring: Furuta Arata, Matsuzaka Tori
“Blue” – Starring: Matsuyama Kenichi, Kimura Fumino, Emoto Tokio
“And So The Baton Is Passed” – Starring: Nagano Mei, Ishihara Satomi
“Blue Thermal” (animation) – Starring: Hotta Mayu, Enoki Junya, Shimazaki Nobunaga
“Anime Supremacy!” – Starring: Riho Yoshioka, Tomoya Nakamura
“In the Wake” – Starring: Satoh Takeru, Abe Hiroshi
“Lesson in Murder” – Starring: Abe Sadawo, Okada Kenshi
“Inu-oh” (animation) – Starring: Avu-chan (QUEEN BEE), Mirai Moriyama, Tasuku Emoto
Admission fee is P100 per screening. Interested moviegoers can check the schedule here:
Editor's Note: This article has been updated on Jan. 18, 2023, to reflect schedule changes.
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