Japan House Los Angeles and Japan America Society of Southern California are proud to present “Japan Cuts Hollywood,” a three-day festival celebrating contemporary Japanese cinema, November 1-3, 2019. The festival brings a program of films, talks, and special guests to the heart of Hollywood with events taking place at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres and Japan House Los Angeles (both located at Hollywood & Highland).
Japan House Los Angeles continues its initiative to showcase Japanese culture through the universal language of film and curated the following programs, featuring leading Japanese directors and actors, scheduled on Saturday, 11/2.
Director, Screenplay: HIKARI
Ten Years Japan
Executive Producer: Hirokazu Kore-eda
Highlight: The screening is followed by a Directors Q&A with Megumi Tsuno, Akiyo Fujimura, and Chie Hayakawa
No Longer Human
Director: Mika Ninagawa
Highlight: US Premiere
Learn more about Japan House Los Angeles at www.japanhouse.jp/losangeles, or follow at @JapanHouseLA.
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