“While there are many Japanese films to discover at the festival – even for us, we can already provide eight recommendations for this year’s festival.”
“We introduce our recommendations for this year’s Japan Cuts, including Labyrinth of Cinema (2019), Murders of Oiso (2019), Extro (2020), Roar (2019), and Shell and Joint (2019).”
“With the online festival already in full swing, we gladly introduce our readers to nine movies we recommend.”
“With Covid-19 raging throughout the world, many people are ‘ordered’/asked by their governments to stay inside and socially distance themselves. To overcome this harsh time, we compiled a list of ten amazing and easily available Japanese movies to watch during these strange and difficult times. “
“Find out our top 10 Japanese movies of 2019.”
As Japannual is just around the corner, we want to introduce our recommendations for Vienna’s most amazing film-festival.
“Our recommendations for this year’s Camera Japan Festival.”
To celebrate the end of this year and to whatever 2019 might bring, we happily release our top ten Japanese movies of 2018.
Introduction/序論 Again, it is time to celebrate! At the Inca Imperial International Film Festival Masakuza Kaneko’s The Albino’s Tree (2016) received the award for Best Photography and, even better, won the award for the Best Feature Film. While you can read in our review what’s so wonderful about this beautiful nuanced narrative, we also asked Masakuza Kaneko…
“On the day that I saw this movie, I was ‘ordered’ to fight, during my entire life, with divine violence.”
In short, Japanese cinema provided something for everyone – and through many of these cinematographical products a window on contemporary Japanese society was offered. Of course not all movies made this year are a must-see. So with our top 10, we aim to give a personal advice on which movies one should see.