Successful films from the Cannes, Berlin and Venice film festivals are shown during this three-week special program, which brings five recent award-winning art movies to Japanese screens for the very first time. Highlights include Vic and Flo Saw a Bear (2013), a Canadian film that won the Alfred Bauer Prize for 'new perspectives' in Berlin, and Footnote (2011), the decorated Israeli family drama that narrowly lost out on an Oscar. In addition, five beautifully remastered classic flicks, such as Clouzot's comedic 1942 thriller The Murderer Lives at Number 21 and Luis Buñuel's Death in the Garden (1956), will be shown in the 'Retrospective Series'. For the full program, check out the official website.
All films are shown with Japanese subtitles only.