JFF Plus: Online Festival
The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) returns to Brisbane as JFF Plus in 2020 with a line-up of the very best of fresh and classic Japanese cinema, along with a twist – it’s all online!
Those who are die-hard fans of the festival can take a look back on favourite titles from festivals past, with titles like 2011’s Railways, A Story of Yonosuke from 2013 and 2014’s Lady Maiko all making a reappearance. Audiences will also be treated to the visually stunning animated adventures of Sumikkogurashi: Good to be in the Corner
This is just a small sample of the incredible films available to watch at this year’s JFF Plus: Online Festival – to check out the full program and to start planning your watch list, head to the festival’s official website.
Image one: One Night (2019) copyright film partners
Image two: Copyright Maeda/Team F. Copyright Dynamic Planning, Toei Animation
Image three: Little Nights, Little Love (2019) copyright film partners
Image four: Copyright Taiyo Kikau Co. Ltd / Explorers Japan Ltd. All rights reserved
Image five: Railways (2010) copyright film partners