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2015年08月25日
New Japanese independent cinema 2000-2015 is the thematic retrospective programmed by the San Sebastian Festival for its 63rd edition, to take place from September 18th to 26th in San Sebastian, European Capital of Culture of 2016. Beyond the bounds of the films produced by the big studios, the phenomenon of independent cinema in Japan has generated an important source of cinematic creativity expressed in a series of films produced outside the industry. This category includes not only the first works by young directors, but also those by a series of long-standing filmmakers who find greater expressive freedom in this territory outside the clutches of commercial cinema. The cycle therefore becomes an overview of Japanese independent production in the last 15 years, a showcase offering the opportunity to discover the vitality and energy of the film industry in that country thanks to the work of some of today’s most eye-catching filmmaker. http://www.sansebastianfestival.com/in/

Date:

18th to 26th Sep, 2015

Venue:

Principe Cinemas, San Telmo Museum and Antiguo Berri Cinemas

Screening Program:

H STORY by Nobuhiro Suwa Hole in the Sky by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri BORDERLINE by Sang-Il Lee A Snake Of June by Shinya Tsukamoto Bright Future by Kiyoshi Kurosawa No one's Ark by Nobuhiro Yamashita VIBRATOR by Ryuichi Hiroki Canary by Akihiko Shiota Late Bloomer by Go Shibata The soupe, one morning by Izumi TKAHASHI BASHING by Masahiro Kobayashi A STRANGER OF MINE by Kenji Uchida Birth/Mother by Naomi Kawase SEX IS NO LAUGHING MATTER by Nami Iguchi United Red Army by Koji Wakamatsu Fourteen by Hiromasa Hirosue SAD VACATION by Shinji Aoyama Love Exposure by Sion Sono PASSION by Ryusuke Hamaguchi Mental by Kazuhiro Soda PARADE by Isao Yukisada YELLOW KID by Tetsuya Mariko Love Addiction by Nobuteru Uchida HEAVEN’S STORY by Takahisa Zeze Sawako Decides by Yuya Ishii SAUDADE by Katsuya Tomita The Cowards Who Looked To The Sky by Yuki Tanada Kirishima Things by Daihachi Yoshida No man's zone by Fujiwara Toshifumi Cold Bloom by Atsushi Funahashi Au Revoir D’ete by Koji Fukada The Tale Of Iya by Tetsuichiro Tsuta MISS ZOMBIE by Sabu The Light Shines Only There by Mipo Oh SHARING by Makoto Shinozaki  

Related Program:

 
Date Programme Venue Participate Japanese Artist
18th-26th Sep. 2015 Retrospective Boook Presentation Press Conference Room at Kursaal Auditorium Shozo Ichiyama
18th-26th Sep. 2015 Q&A Principe Cinemas Shinya Tsukamoto
18th-26th Sep. 2015 Q&A Principe Cinemas Katsuya Tomita
2015年05月28日

 Classroom appreciation of “the artistic qualities of manga”

The Japanese manga form has numerous fans around the world and has captured the hearts of many young people. Its influence extends beyond entertainment as it now enjoys considerable attention for its educational value, both as a way to study Japanese language and traditional culture, and as a tool for the study of artistic technique. Meanwhile, as home of puppet theater and stop-motion film employing puppets, the Czech Republic is known for offering high-quality instruction in the arts of animation. A three-day manga workshop was held in Plzeň as part of the Animanie animation festival. Under the instruction of Ikuo Matsuda, who took part in the Littfest literature festival at European Capital of Culture 2014 Umeå in Sweden and has offered workshops in Italy and Africa, participants all completed an original two-page manga work. This substantial program continued with the production, over two days, of animation pieces based on those manga works in a valuable opportunity to cultivate practical technique while prizing creativity.

Date:

14-17 Nov. 2015

Venue:

Art school of Jiri Trnka

Artist:

Ikuo Matsuda (manga instructor)

2015年05月28日

Exhibition of work by Kihachiro Kawamoto, student of puppetry master Jiří Trnka  

2015 marked the ninetieth anniversary of the birth of late puppet animation artist Kihachiro Kawamoto. In the 1960s Kawamoto traveled on his own to Czechoslovakia to study with puppet master Jiří Trnka. As Trnka's birthplace, Pilsen is home to numerous festivals and puppet museums memorializing him that are rooted in the life of the town. To mark its turn as European Capital of Culture, Pilsen 2015 organized a major Trnka retrospective, part of which was a screening of works by Trnka's disciple Kawamoto. To prepare this part of the program Jakub Hora, director of the Alfa puppet theater, visited Japan for consultations with Kawamoto Productions and 百米フィルム. Fukuyoshi Fukusako and cinema scholar Masao Yokota arrived from Japan for the screening and were joined there by many prominent figures in Czech animation who had worked with Trnka and Kawamoto. The screening was followed by an enthusiastic Q&A period. This screening of original films was a valuable opportunity for young people who aspire to work in animation, and indeed much of the audience for this part of the program comprised young people.

Date:

1 May 2015

Venue:

Beseda Cinema

Artist:

Kihachiro Kawamoto

Screening works:

"House of Flame" (1979) "Trip" (1973) "Dodoji Temple" (1976) "Sleeping Beauty" (1990)

Cooperation:

Kawamoto Production

2015年05月28日

Director Yojiro Takita discusses “the soul of Japanese cinema”

Featuring Japanese cinema and other culture with a different theme each year, the Czech film festival Eigasai has won many committed fans. In its eighth year of 2015 the festival offered events at five locations including Prague and Pilsen. The theme of the 2015 festival was to engage with death as depicted in film. In the face of a negative reaction against what might seem a weighty theme, the project was an ambitious one taking up the philosophical, robust message that to engage with death is to examine how to live our limited lives. Yojiro Takita, director of the film Okuribito, for which he won an Oscar and which set the tone for the 2015 festival, attended as a special guest and drew a tremendous local response, including an audience with the mayor and a special lecture at the university. His lecture proved a substantial event: both Tokita and those attending looked back over their own lives as individual human beings, holding a discussion of where society is headed and future generations from a global perspective.

Date:

5-11 Mar. 2015

Venue:

Beseda Cinema

Main guest:

Yojiro Takita, Film Director

Program:

Retrospective of Yojiro Takita: "Okuribito", "Onmyoji", "Mibu gishi-den", "Chikan densha: Shitagi Kensatsu" "Koshikei"  Nagisa Oshima "O-soshiki" Juzo Itami "Biruma no tategoto" Kon Ichikawa "Jisatsu sakuru" Shion Sono "Inochi ga ichiban kagayaku hi" Masayuki Mizobuchi

2014年11月21日
Meet the global culture through food! During three days 19-21 september 2014, Umea Taste Festival had more than 75.000 visitors who tasted and experienced food and drink, participated in workshops and listened to lectures by passionate foodies. One of the participating restaurants was the Japanese restaurant Sagami, owned by Junko Sano-Janze who also held workshops about sushi and sushi in combination with the regional specialty - fermented herring. The workshops made success with lots of participants. Among other things she talked about the importance of how to choose and boil rice in a correct way, as well as how to choose and cut fish. In the restaurant bar two kinds of beer was served; locally brewed beer and Japanese beer from Hitachino, which received great response from the visitors.

Program:

Date: 19 – 21 Sep. 2014 Venue: Umeå city center

Related program:

Sushi roll Workshop Date: 19-21 Sep. 2014 (3 times) Instructor : Junko Sano-Janze
2014年11月12日
Presentation program connected  more than 700 cities of the world PechaKucha Marseille-Provence Group is operational since 2007, and was the first to be created in France. Since then, it's been organised an event every trimester, and hosted architects, designers and artists from Marseille, France and Abroad. They have had about 22 events so far with a growing audience : from 300 to 1300 people attending. More than 200 presentations have been showcased in almost 6 years. PechaKucha is a global organisation based in Tokyo with now over 700 representations all over the world. The concept was born in 2003 with Klein Dytham Architects that devised and shared this concept to the world, so it could become the largest independant design network.
For PechaKucha Night Marseille in 2013, Japanese artists Ms.Keeda Oikawa and Mr.Daisuke Akita were invited as one of labeled projects of Marseille-Provence2013 European Capital of Culture. This year, they invite Japanese architect Mr Ryo Abe.
PechaKucha Night Marseille-Provence Website: www.pechakuchanight.fr

Date:

29 Nov. 2014

Venue:

Japanese artist:

Ryo Abe (Architect) http://www.aberyo.com/

Related program:

Date
Program
Venue (City)
27 Nov.2014
Lecture by Ryo Abe
ECV (Aix-en-Provence)
28 Nov.2014
Visit to Kedge Design School
Kedge Design School (Toulon)
30 Nov. - 1 Dec. 2014
Workshop by Ryo Abe
Marseille
2 Dec.2014
Lecture by Ryo Abe
Luminy architecture and art university (Marseille)
3 Dec.2014
Ryo Abe Exhibition Opening
Marianne Cat Gallery (Marseille)
 
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