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John Berra is a lecturer in film studies at Nanjing University.
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Among the additions to this volume are in-depth treatments of two previously unexplored genres-youth cinema and films depicting lower-class settings-considered alongside discussions of popular narrative forms, including J-Horror, samurai cinema, anime, and the Japanese New Wave.
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This is followed by a Festival Focus on JAPAN CUTS.
After the introduction, there is a feature on the film of the year: Sawako Decides, of which almost makes me want to seek it out-it doesn't really sound essential to me, but the jury is out. This is followed by a Festival Focus on JAPAN CUTS
This article related to a Japanese film of the 1960s is a stub.
The Man Without a Map on IMDb. This article related to a Japanese film of the 1960s is a stub.
Actor and musician Daichi Watanabe (center). As a component of Japan Society’s centennial celebration, JAPAN CUTS was established in 2007 by then Film Programme Officer Ryo Nagasawa under the supervision of Artistic Director Yoko Shioya with the tagline, ‘Bringing a Sizable Slice of Japan’s Dynamic Contemporary Film Culture to New York City’. This summer festival remains the largest North American festival devoted to Japanese cinema, complementing the two to three retrospectives and monthly programmes it holds regularly throughout the year in addition to special engagement premieres.
There is also, though, a section on three key directors (Takeshi Kitano; Satoshi Kon and Akira Kurosawa), a nod to the film of the year (Achilles and the Tortoise) and a chapter on ‘The Art Theatre Guild’.