pvr: Japanese film festival to be held in Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore | Chennai News


CHENNAI: Japan Foundation announced the launch of the fifth edition of its Japanese Film Festival (JFF) in India, in partnership with PVR Cinemas.
Celebrating the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and India, the festival will focus on a diverse lineup of acclaimed, top-grossing and award-winning films such as “Wife of a Spy”, “Josee”, “The Tiger and the fish’, ‘Ramayana: The Legend of Prince ‘,’ Liar x Liar ‘from Japanese showbiz.
The film festival is the first major cultural event to mark the start of the 70th year of diplomatic relations between India and Japan. It aims to show specially selected Japanese films in various formats and subjects in select PVR theaters. Its diverse and exciting lineup includes 11 specially selected titles, with a roster of critically acclaimed and globally popular Japanese films. The catalog includes titles selected specifically to cater for diverse age groups spanning categories such as animation, feature films, romance, thriller, classics and science fiction.
“JFF-India 2022 aims to strengthen the long-standing relationship between the two nations by providing Indian audiences with a sense of contemporary Japanese film culture and everyday experience. I am sure that this film festival will help to further consolidate the friendship between the peoples of our two countries, “said Koji Sato, Managing Director of the Japan Foundation.” The popularity of Japanese content has increased markedly in the Indian landscape, which has been further fueled by an increase in the consumption of content online in the current scenario. We are delighted and grateful for the special place the festival has carved out for itself in the Indian world. Keeping consumers safe as much as possible, the hybrid platform will help us reach a wider audience and we hope the festival will be even stronger this year. ”
The festival will tour several cities — it will be held in Delhi from January 14-16, 2022, at PVR Select Citywalk, Saket. It will then be held in Chennai February 4-6 at PVR Icon at VR Mall, and later in Bengaluru February 11-13 at PVR Forum Mall, Koramangala.
The digital edition of the film festival will be held February 14-27, so Indian audiences can enjoy the best of Japanese cinema from the comfort of their own homes.
Free booking of shows can be made through its ticketing partner BookMyShow.


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