Enjoy Japanese films in Capital

KATHMANDU: After travelling, films are one of the best avenues to get to learn about and know different cultures, societies, lifestyles and people of the world. And to give to the Kathmanduites the thrill of this adventure, the Japanese is rolling into town.

The Japanese Film Festival, being organised by the Japanese embassy and the Japanese Language Teachers’ Association (JALTAN), aims to introduce and promote Japanese culture, society and way of life to the people of Kathmandu.

The festival will be organised in two shifts — the first shift on September 5 and 6 at Khwopa Engineering College, Bhaktapur, and the second shift on September 12 and 13 at Ashok Party Palace, Lalitpur.

All shows are open to the public on a come come, first serve basis.

All films have English sub-titles.

September 5/ 12

•All About Our House at 1:30 pm

•The Yellow Hankerchief at 3:40 pm

September 6

•A Boy’s Summer in 1945 at 9:00 am

•Fifteen at 11:45 am

•We Shall Overcome Someday at 2:00 pm

•The Face of Jizo at 4:15 pm

September 13

•Sanjuro at 10:00 am

•Water Boys at 12:00 noon

•We Shall Overcome Someday at 1:50 pm

•The Face of Jizo at 4:05 pm