Screening Event “New Challenges: Japanese Films in the 1980s”
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This event has ended.
*NFAJ will be closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus from April 25 (Sun) through May 11 (Tue), 2021. We will post a notice on this page when we are scheduled to reopen.
*The screenings on and after April 25 are cancelled.
*The exhibition period has been shortened. (Originally 2021/2/16–5/5).
As Japan became an economic powerhouse and consumerist society in the 1980s, its movies underwent changes as well. While the magnum opus phenomenon of the 1970s became more prevalent, at the same time idol films and animations geared toward young people became major hits. New studios and producers arrived on the scene, ushering in a new wave of talent that transformed the filmmaking world and remains influential to this day. This program, part of a series looking at contemporary Japanese directors, screens 44 Japanese films from the 1980s. Please see the official website for a program and other details.
from February 16, 2021 to April 24, 2021
Closed from March 29 to April 7.