As part of their “Pre-Summer Explorers!”-program the Japan Foundation, London offers screenings of six Japanese titles at the end of June. All screenings are free and will present the diversity of Japanese cinema in the genre of comedy.
From their website:
“From wacky time-travel to ancient Rome (Thermae Romae) and a musical extravaganza set in feudal Japan (Princess Raccoon), to a slapstick twist on the film noir genre of the 60’s (Murder Un-Incorporated) – our annual Pre-Summer Explorers season aims to make you shake and cry with laughter while presenting the multi-faceted and unique sense of humour in Japanese cinema!”
For more information on the titles and the venue, please check out the full text on the homepage of the Japan Foundation, London.