The international tour for JFF 2014 continues!
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Special Guests in Sydney 
A big welcome to Masayuki Suo (Pictured right: Director, Sumo Do, Sumo Don't; Shall We Dance?) and Mone Kamishiraishi (Actress) at Sydney's afternoon screening of Lady Maiko
Suo is a no stranger to JFF having made his first debut on Australian soil two years ago for the première screening of medical drama, A Terminal Trust (JFF 2012). 

If you missed him the first time, here's your chance to get up close and personal again, this time for a film he's dreamed of making for 20 years, that has finally come to fruition! 

And of course, the young lady who Suo selected from over 800 applicants to fulfil his dream film is newcomer Kamishiraishi (pictured left), who Suo describes as a 'diamond in the rough'. This is Kamishiraishi's first role as lead actress, and at only 16, she seems to have delivered her character flawlessly. Adelaide's Indaily has described her as, "brilliantly engaging."
Catch them both on
Sunday 16 November at 16:00
Event Cinemas, George Street Sydney

A Q&A will follow directly after the screening.

For more information, visit our Special Events section on our homepage.

Melbourne, we've lined up some special guests for you too. Stay tuned! 

Going, going...
Adelaide - this weekend is your last chance to catch #JFF2014AU - don't miss out! 

Canberra - begins today! (Don't forget to dress to impress!)
Sydney - JFF Classics begins today at AGNSW! Free admission, first come, first served.

Brisbane and Perth/ Fremantle - see you in a couple of weeks! 

Auckland tickets on sale now!

- Apologies in advance but we are ironing out some issues with ticketing. Early bird tickets are meant to be released today but have been delayed. We will keep you posted via facebook as soon as they go on sale.

Regular ticketing: Adult $18 | Concession $15 | JPF Member $13

All available via the JFF website, touring to a local city near you.

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