Italian Film Festival 2015

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Italian Film Festival 2015

Italian film is all the rage in Tokyo this spring, with Shibuya's Uplink hosting monthly Italian Nights and Asahi Hall putting on this popular programme, now back for its 15th run. A total of 15 full-length and nine short films will be shown, including 14 flicks previously unreleased in Japan. We're especially looking forward to Last Summer (2014), starring Rinko Kikuchi and directed by Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli, and Francesco Munzi's Black Souls (Anime nere, 2014), an intense look at three brothers and their relationship with the Calabrian mafia. Check out the full programme here (in Japanese only).

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