Modern Korean Films at Cine-La Fukuoka

A celebration of modern Korean films at Cine-La. English and Japanese subtitles are available with all films. Titles include “Barking Dogs Never Bite” (2000), “Cracked Eggs & Noodles” (2005), and “Dooman River” (2010).

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3D Projection Mapping ‘One Piece Water Spectacle’ at Canal City

One of Japan’s largest 3D projection mapping (20m high, 65m long) shows is at Canal City. From Nov. 19 (Sat.) they will…

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Exhibition of Ghibli Film Sets

Kumamoto’s Contemporary Art Museum is holding a special Studio Ghibli themed exhibition. The exhibition includes wallpapers, art boards and production materials from a variety of different Ghibli films from the oldest, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, to the newest, When Marnie Was There. You can also see 13 buildings from…

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Fukuoka International Film Festival 2016 – Focus on Asia

Celebrate the Asian silver screen! 23 countries and regions bring over 50 new, pre-release or acclaimed films to Fukuoka, including over 20 never before…

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Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2016

Fans of independent and alternative cinema will enjoy this festival. This event aims to encourage and nurture Kyushu cinematographers, and to create…

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Bayside Theater at Bayside Place Hakata 2016

Enjoy the sea breeze and movie classics at this special cinema event! This outdoor night cinema takes place on the waterfront in front of Bayside Place…

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The Cinema Night Fukuoka 2016

The starry summer night sky, the cool ocean breeze, the sound of the waves and top-notch movies! Enjoy free movie screenings at the Cinema Night Fukuoka 2016, an…

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The Night of the AdEaters 2016

Watch 400 of the best and most bizarre ads from 40 countries! The selection includes Cannes award winners and…

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30th Fukuoka Asian Film Festival 2016

Celebrate Asian cinema and up-and-coming directors. The 16 films feature works from…

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French Film Festival 2016 in Fukuoka

The French institute of Kyushu (Institut Français du Japon-Kyushu) is happy to introduce the fifth edition of its French film festival in Fukuoka…

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