13th Japanese film festival in Cebu 2011

My friend who used to work at the Japanese embassy informed me that in celebration of the Philippine-Japan friendship month, the Japanese embassy along with other sponsors will be featuring the  13th Japanese Film Festival which will run from August 2 to 7, 2011 in Ayala cinema Cebu city, Cebu.

“Eiga Sai” which literally means “Film Festival” will feature some of Japan’s award winning films. This year’s featured films include Departures (81st Academy Award “Best Foreign Language Film” 2009), The Summit: Chronicle of Stones, The Chef of South Polar, One Million Yen Girl, Your Friend, Yunagi City, Sakura Country, Summer Days with Coo, Climber’s High, Feel the Wind and Villon’s Wife. The best part of  all of this ? – Admission is free ! 

Click here to view details about each movie and or to download the details in .pdf format.

Schedule  for the 13th Japanese Film Festival is as follows:

AUGUST 2 (Tuesday)

7:00 PM – The Chef of South Polar (125 mins)

AUGUST 3 (Wednesday)

7:00 PM – Climber’s High (145 mins)

AUGUST 4 (Thursday)

7:00 PM – Yunagi City, Sakura Country (118 mins)


AUGUST 5 (Friday)

7:00 PM – Villon’s Wife (114 mins)

AUGUST 6 (Saturday)

1:30 PM – The Summit: A Chronicle of Stones (139 mins)
4:30 PM – Summer Days with Coo (1:38 mins)
7:30 PM – One Million Yen Girl (121 mins)

AUGUST 7 (Sunday)

1:30 PM – Your Friend (125 mins)
4:30 PM – Summer Days with Coo (1:38 mins)
7:30 PM – Feel the Wind (133 mins)

So after a tiring day listening to interest only mortgage advice catch a movie for free at Ayala Cinema !


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One Response to 13th Japanese film festival in Cebu 2011

  1. loi says:

    thanks for the post Zigfred. See you soon.

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