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With an all star cast and five top directors, Ode to the Spring celebrates the efforts of frontline workers in Wuhan during the pandemic.
Runs in Montreal July 14 to Aug. 3
In a followup to her hugely popular documentary, Naoko Nobutomo follows her parents as her mother’s health continues to decline.
An unmarried woman fearing deportation bonds with a silent amnesiac in a land where “God” has long been absent in Omoi Sasaki’s deadpan satire.
A traumatised werewolf is drawn into teen gang intrigue after returning to Japan in Masashi Matsumoto’s visually striking exploitation movie.
A small boy grows closer to the natural world while guiding a tiny samurai on his journey to the sea in Nobuhiko Obayashi’s charming family adventure.
Tatsuya Matsubara’s wide raging documentary explores the career of legendary director Sadao Nakajima as he steps back into the director’s chair after 20 years away on Love’s Twist…
Intergenerational conflict and familial strife unfold in the manner of a scroll painting in Gu Xiaogang’s beautifully lensed social drama.
A young man chasing the Japanese wolf uncovers the buried history of the traumatic past in Masakazu Kaneko’s poetic drama.
Newly arrived in Hong Kong young Ip Man finds himself squaring off against a vicious human trafficking ring in Zhang Zhulin & Li Xijie’s action drama.
At Soho Hotel and the Garden Cinema 8 – 10 July.
At London’s Prince Charles Cinema 7th to 14th July.
A young woman finds a new accommodation with loss while searching for her missing friend in Ryutaro Nakagawa’s moving indie drama.
Two alienated young men struggle to identify their feelings while searching for escape from moribund small-town Japan in Riho Kudo’s indie drama.
Undercover cop Reiji finds himself increasingly conflicted in his mission to take down Todoroki in the final instalment of the comedic trilogy.
Dejected youngsters flounder amid the ruins of the salaryman dream in Hana Matsumoto’s youthful drama.
A naive woman asked to stand for political office in her father’s place finds herself conflicted by the depth of corruption she discovers in Yuichiro Sakashita’s political satire.
An immature young man abandons his family after becoming disgrace but discovers on his return there may be some bonds you can’t repair in Takuma Sato’s paternity drama.
A conservative young woman is confused by her feelings for her tomboyish uni roommate in Saratswadee Wongsomphet’s romantic dramedy.
Childhood friends meet again after 10 years and struggle to accept their feelings for each other while battling a sense of loss and displacement in Chookiat Sakveerakul’s melancholy…
Fun-loving woodland bear Bramble gets the chance to become the hero he always wanted to be after teaming up with an alien cat in the latest outing for…