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Japanese Film Festival 2018 in Wellington

Japanese Film Festival 2018 in Wellington (27 & 28 October)

The Embassy of Japan is pleased to inform you that our annual Film Festival will be held in Wellington on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 of October at Hannah Playhouse.
This year, we will screen following six films.

27 OCT 2:30pm Yoko the Cherry Blossom
5:00pm Golden Orchestra!
7:30pm Close-Knit

28 OCT 11:00am TEIICHI -Battle of Supreme High-
1:30pm Survival Family
4:00pm Where I belong

Free admission with booking required through the Hannah Playhouse Website. Booking is available from October 5.

For more film information, please refer to the attached flyer or visit our Embassy of Japan website.

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