Highlighting some of the most exciting new voices in cinema, the New York Japan CineFest returns to the JICC for a night of short animated films!
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Japanese animation the program this year will feature selections of animated works from new and talented animators and directors.Founded by Yasu Suzuki, Kosuke Furukawa, and Hiroshi Kono in 2011, the New York Japan CineFest (NYJCF) began as a small, one-night event in New York City. Now in its seventh year, it has grown into an international, multi-city program connecting up-and-coming independent Japanese and Japanese-American filmmakers with a forum for expressing their unique perspective to the world.Join us on September 21st for seven award-winning short animated films followed by a discussion and Q&A with animator Naoko Hara. For a full list of films and descriptions, please visit our website or the event registration page below.In English or Japanese with English subtitles | Not Rated | 98 min | Various GenresRegistration is required.
Born and raised in Tokyo, Naoko Hara ventured to NYC to expand her horizons.With a BFA in Design and Motion Graphics from the School of Visual Arts, she has a flair for typography and design that has attracted the attention of studios and directors.888
Presented with New York Japan CineFest
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Doors open 30 minutes before the program. All programs begin at 6:30PM.No admittance after 7:00PM or once seating is full.
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