The Japan-America Society of Washington DC proudly presents CineMatsuri™
CineMatsuri showcases five of Japan's most recent and best films, each in a different genre, reflecting the richness and diversity of today's Japanese cinema. All films will be shown in Japanese, with English sub-titles.
CineMatsuri opens with a matinee performance at 1:30 pm on Sunday, March 20, 2016 at the Ronald Reagan Building and continues with evening showings every night at 7 pm from Monday, March 21 through Thursday, March 24 at the E Street Cinema. Additional encore screening for "Persona Non Grata" will be held on Friday, March 25 at the Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market and Sunday, March 27 at the Bethesda Row Cinema.
|3/20/16||Ronald Reagan Building||Persona Non Grata||1:30pm||$13|
|3/21/16||E-Street Cinema||Flying Colors||7:00pm||$13|
|3/22/16||E-Street Cinema||Snow on the Blades||7:00pm||$13|
|3/23/16||E-Street Cinema||I am a Monk||7:00pm||$13|
|3/23/16||E-Street Cinema||Persona Non Grata
|3/24/16||E-Street Cinema||The Emperor in August||7:00pm||$13|
|3/25/16||Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market||Persona Non Grata
|3/27/16||Bethesda Row||Persona Non Grata
CineMatsuri is presented by the Japan-America Society of Washington DC (JASW), which has promoted understanding of Japanese culture for over half a century.
TOHOKU TODAY -- THE 113 PROJECT SHORT FILMS
CineMatsuri is pleased to show three short films, on average 6 minutes in length, about the Tohoku region today, told through the stories of three people – two Japanese and one American -- who lived through the tragedy of five years ago and continue to work to rebuild their communities today. A different film will be shown before the feature films on March 21, 22, and 23. For more information, click here.
PRESS RELEASECineMatusri Press Release (English)
CineMatusri Press Release (Japanese)