Coming up this festive season, is a celebration of cinema. Taking place at Inorbit Mall, Malad, JFFI 2014 promises to bring to you the very best of Japanese culture through a selected range of award winning films ready to be presented to movie enthusiasts. This extraordinary affair will be hosted from the 12th to 14th of December in Mumbai. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn't miss the JFFI 2014.
New Movies Waiting Just For You
Yes we've had our share of quality cinema and there a few favourites that we wouldn't mind watching more than once. But it would be a treat to watch a new set of never seen before movies. At the JFFI 2014, a selected list of movies will present the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me of the Japanese cinema industry.
So Much More Than Cinema
At the JFFI 2014, you will experience the Japanese culture in more ways than one. With a list of exciting activities, you are sure to step out with a smile on your face. Taiko, which is a Japanese drum performance, will be there to keep you entertained. You can also explore Karate which is a famous form of Japanese martial arts. Origami and Sado will interest you if you love the art of intricate paper folding and if you are a fan of tea.
An Unforgettable Experience
To make the festival an unforgettable experience, introductions of Japanese enterprises, brands and other production will be available along with stage content, experience based activities, booths exhibition and a lottery chance provided by K House.
Because Mahesh Bhatt Said So
These are words from one of India's best filmmakers Mahesh Bhatt, â€œCinema is the glue that binds diverse cultures together. The Japanese film festival will open up a new chapter in the Indo/Japanese storyâ€.
Exploring a New Culture
It would be very interesting to learn about a new culture through cinema. The Japanese culture is as rich and interesting as our Indian culture. The JFFI 2014 aims at building an everlasting relationship between India and Japan and we should extend our support by involving ourselves in this affair of art and culture.