The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) is one of the oldest country-based film festivals in Singapore, having started in 1983. It is a gateway for many into the wondrous world of Japanese cinema and culture.
JFF aims to showcase the best of Japanese contemporary and classic cinema. The festival is curated in hopes that film will bring about more awareness of and raise interest in Japanese culture in its many diverse manifestations. This year’s festival welcomes a diverse line-up that showcases uniquely charming, powerful, unsettling and intimate stories of human relationships and lived experiences.
After 2 years of adapted hybrid festivals, JFF is back this year, full force, completely in cinemas.
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