In Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Wife of a Spy, a woman becomes embroiled in exposing Japanese war crimes in Manchuria.
The Wara Art Festival was founded as a solution to the Niigata farming community’s excess of unused rice straw.
The artwork was installed on a pier on the shore of Naoshima in Kagawa Prefecture.
The opening ceremony is a giant “Welcome!” party thrown by the host country. How did Japan welcome the world this year?
The eerie aerial piece was created by the artist collective 目 (“Mé”) and features an anonymous face chosen from over 1,000 submissions.
The Works and Days is a quiet epic, using its length to capture the rhythms of rural life and its desecration by urbanization better than any conventional movie could.
MINAMATA Mandala, the latest documentary by veteran filmmaker Kazuo Hara, captures the resilience of people left behind by their government.
Japan Society’s online retrospective Cinema of Struggle features eight movies from director Kazuo Hara and producer Sachiko Kobayashi.
Let’s-a go! The new museum will be built on the site of the company’s historic Uji Ogura Plant in Kyoto, Japan.
Now playing at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight, the exciting documentary chronicles the Japanese women’s volleyball team’s path to victory at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Prepare for this week’s release of Godzilla vs. Kong by streaming these monster movies.
In To the Ends of the Earth, Kiyoshi Kurosawa uses the techniques of horror movies to depict the alienation of being a tourist.