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  1. 'The Island Funeral' ('Maha Samut Lae Susaan'): Film Review

    2:10 am 1/15/2016

    Pimpaka Towira's second feature, charting three young urbanites' journey into rural Thailand, will make its European bow in Rotterdam after its prize-winning premiere in Tokyo.Read more

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  2. Japan 2015 in Review: NBCU Buys Control of Theme Park, Sony Eyes Profit, Netflix Launches

    9:46 am 12/22/2015

    Comic Con will launch in the country, Nintendo's iconic boss died and a former Google executive rises at SoftBank.Read more

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  3. 'Three Stories of Love': Film Review

    9:14 am 11/18/2015

    Modern love trips over itself in Ryosuke Hashiguchi’s trio of interwoven love stories.Read more

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  4. Tokyo Film Fest: 'Born to Be Blue' Director on Jazz, Race, Ethan Hawke as Chet Baker (Q&A)

    4:42 am 10/28/2015

    Robert Budreau has brought his biopic, which bowed in Toronto, to Japan.Read more

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  5. 'Mozu the Movie': Tokyo Review

    9:39 pm 10/26/2015

    A disillusioned young cop fights a criminal mastermind.Read more

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  6. 'Foujita': Tokyo Review

    9:27 am 10/26/2015

    Joe Odagiri portrays the colorful life of Japanese expat artist Foujita in 1920s Paris. Read more

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  7. 'The Inerasable': Tokyo Review

    2:55 am 10/25/2015

    A terrible curse dogs innocent renters in Yoshihiro Nakamura’s adaptation of Fuyumi Ono’s popular horror novel. Read more

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  8. 'Sayonara': Tokyo Review

    10:11 pm 10/24/2015

    In Japan's near future, a young woman and her android companion live through the post-nuclear apocalypse.Read more

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  9. 'Seasons': Tokyo Review

    1:11 am 10/24/2015

    Award-winning wildlife documentarists Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud explore the world of land animals in the golden age of forests.Read more

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  10. Hollywood, Asian Stars Attend Opening of Tokyo Film Festival

    3:56 am 10/22/2015

    Hilary Swank, Helen Mirren, Robert Zemeckis, Bryan Singer and Cary Fukunaga were among the guests at the opening ceremony that was more low-key than in previous years. Read more

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