After a successful Japanese Film Festival in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, it is now the time to experience some winning Japanese movies on the big screen.

 

Japanese Film Festival Phuket

 

The Japanese Film Festival has selected award-winning Japanese movies at this year’s Japanese Film Festival. Each film brings the audience some kind of heartfelt and happiness.

 

Go watch “Life is Fruity”, a touching documentary. The movie earned the Kinema Junpo Award for best Japanese Film of the Year in the Culture Section. “Lu over the Wall”, is a friendy animation film that won the Cristal for Best Feature Film from the Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2017.

 

“Mixed Doubles”, starred by Yui Aragaki is a recommended movie watcher. The actress starring in this movie won the best actress award at the 60th Blue Ribbon Awards in 2018 for this sports comedy.

 

After a successful Japanese Film Festival in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, it is now the time to experience some prizing-winning Japanese movies on the big screen. Thailand Event Guide

The Japanese Film Festival is definitely a movie goer during your weekend. Thailand Event Guide

 

Not to be missed is “Yakiniku Dragon, that tells the story of Korean villagers in Tokyo around 1970 who shared joy, tears, love and laughter.

 

The Film Festival is definitely a go movie during your weekend. Check it out.

 

Japanese Movie Highlights

1. Chihayafuru Part 3 directed by Nori Koizumi (127 min/ 2018)
2. Lu over the Wall directed by Masaaki Yuasa (112 min/ 2017)
3. Mirai directed by Mamoru Hosoda (98 min/ 2018)
4. Mixed Doubles directed by Junichi Ishikawa (119 min/ 2017)
5. The Crimes That Bind directed by Katsuo Fukuzawa (119 min/ 2018)
6. Yakiniku Dragon directed by Wui-Sin Chong (126 min/ 2018)

 

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