The Delegation of the European Union to Japan has for many years brought the EU Film Days to enthusiastic cinephiles with the support of numerous co-organisers. While the spread of the novel coronavirus has forced us to cancel actual cinema screenings this year, the event will still take place through online screenings via the Aoyama Theater platform.
This year’s Film Days will showcase 21 works from 20 EU Member States, including seven that will be made available in Japan for the first time (marked with a ‘+’ in list below).
The films to be presented are as follows:
Details for the online screenings are as follows:
Dates: 12 - 25 June 2020
Platform: Aoyama Theater (https://aoyama-theater.jp)
*only accessible from Japan
Price: 300 JPY per film, 500 JPY for a package of three to four films
Please see the EU Film Days official website for details http://www.eufilmdays.jp
* The co-organisers of this year’s event are:
Delegation of the EU to Japan, EU Member State embassies and cultural institutes in Japan (Embassy of Belgium / Arts Flanders Japan / Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, Embassy of the Czech Republic / Czech Centre Tokyo, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany / Goethe-Institut Tokyo, Embassy of Ireland, Embassy of Greece, Embassy of Spain / Instituto Cervantes, Embassy of France / Institut Français du Japon, Embassy of the Republic of Croatia, Embassy of Italy / Istiuto Italino di Cultura, Embassy of the Republic of Latvia, Embassy of Hungary / Hungarian Cultural Institute, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Embassy of the Republic of Austria / Austrian Cultural Forum, Embassy of the Republic of Poland / Polish Institute in Tokyo, Embassy of Portugal / Camões – Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua, Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia, Embassy of Finland, Embassy of Sweden), EUNIC-Japan
In special collaboration with the National Film Archive of Japan