Screenings of 5 Japan music movies in Hanoi

As planned by Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam and Hanoi Cinematheque, Japan Music Film Weekend named “OTO|EIGA” will be held in Hanoi from 14 to 16 September 2012 (Friday to Sunday).

As planned by Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam and Hanoi Cinematheque, Japan Music Film Weekend named “OTO|EIGA” will be held in Hanoi from 14 to 16 September 2012 (Friday to Sunday).

Being presented during the three days are 5 outstanding documentary and music films of modern Japan cinema industry, reflecting different aspects of Japan society. Music in these films is the crucial part, in which a deeper sight of contemporary Japan music art with various genres including electronic beats or country and J-pop and rock is expected.

Screening venue is Hanoi Cinematheque, 22A Hai Ba Trung and free tickets can be obtained at the office of Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam (27 Quang Trung Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi) from Friday 31 August. Further information and schedules of screening can be found at the organizer’s website at www.jpf.org.vn.   

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