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  1. '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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  2. 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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  3. '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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  4. '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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  5. '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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  6. '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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  7. '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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  8. 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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  9. Why Tokyo Film Festival Has Lost Its Buzz

    5:00 am 10/19/2015

    Critics say the 30-year-old event lacks an identity, as focus shifts to local content (despite screening 'The Walk' this year) and away from glitz and glamour. "It's still terribly insular," says one insider.Read more

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  10. Tokyo Festival Announces Full Lineup

    7:45 pm 9/28/2015

    This year's Samurai Award will go to John Woo and veteran Japanese director Yoji Yamada, with the fest opening with Robert Zemeckis' 'The Walk'.Read more

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