Third Window Films Bring The Best Independent Japanese Cinema To Raindance 2013

Contributing Writer; Sydney, Australia (@HugoOzman)
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The 21st Raindance Film Festival, one of the largest independent film festivals in the world, is starting in just a couple of days' time. This year's Festival will be having a special focus on Japanese independent cinema with a strand titled 'Way Out East'. 

UK distributor Third Window Films have programmed 7 out of the 13 films in the lineup for Way Out East and will be bringing over 5 directors from Japan to represent their latest works. 

Check out the gallery below for details of the films, and also Raindance's official website for the full lineup and ticketing information.  

Sake-Bomb (Dir: Sakino Junya)

International Premiere with Q&A from director Sakino Junya at both screenings

A sarcastic and self-deprecating Asian-American must take his naive Japanese cousin on a road trip along the California coast to find his ex-girlfriend.

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  • raindancefestival

    We are absolutely delighted with the Japanese films we are screening this year and looking forward to meeting the filmmakers who are attending from Japan.

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