More films announced, touring to a city near you!
JFF website
Updated: Additional Films!
Brisbane, Perth, Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne

We promised you more titles, and more titles you shall have! We've only selected a handful of titles to highlight here - the rest you will have to visit our website for! 
*NoteNot all cities have the same line-up. Make sure you select your local city on the left hand navigation bar of the Film List page to ensure you are looking at the right titles!

More drama           Image: Tokyo Refugees
Tokyo Refugees (pictured) explores the issue of homelessness in Tokyo. Or some light-hearted drama can be found in Shanti Days: 365 Days of Happy Breathing, a film for all the yogis out there.
More action
Enter the world of heist and hijinks in the live-action rendition of Lupin the Third. Shun 
stars as the world's greatest gentlemen thief, Lupin. Look out for other Asian heart-throbs, Kim Jun (Korea, Boys over Flowers) and Jerry Yan (Taiwan, Meteor Garden). Also stars Aussie actor, Nick Tate
More mouth-watering food films 
Learn the time-honoured wisdom of rural folk and their appreciation for organic produce in little forest - summer/autumn (pictured). Filled with lush landscapes, warmth and soul food, A Drop of the Grapevine is for anyone who has ever yearned to leave the city and get back to basics.
How about some cult?  
Fans eager for some horror can look forward to JU-ON -The Beginning of the End -. It was voted by Japanese viewers as the most frightening of all horror series. Director Sion Sono brings a bizarre showcase of gangster violence to comic extremes in Why Don’t You Play in Hell?
And a sprinkle of mystery                             
From the author of Confessions comes 
The Snow White Murder Case (pictured)a compelling social media commentary on a media-obsessed world. Think you can spot the real Mona Lisa? Riko, a talented appraiser finds herself embroiled in an unexpected mystery in All Round Appraiser Q - The Eyes of Mona Lisa. 

The full schedule for Brisbane, Perth and Auckland are now complete and available on the website. Sydney and Melbourne - stay tuned - there are even more titles to come in the coming weeks! 

Save Money! Early Bird Tickets Available*
Are you taking advantage of early bird tickets? It's valid only for the first 2 weeks when tickets go on sale *Note: sorry NZ, early bird tickets are available for Australian cities only

Adelaide tickets are on sale now! Regular ticket prices now apply.
Canberra tickets are on sale now! Last week for early bird rates!

Brisbane tickets on sale tomorrow!
Early bird (valid from 24 Sept - 7 Oct): Adult $16 | Concession $14 | JPF Member $13
From 8 Oct onwards, regular ticket prices resumes.

Perth tickets on sale soon
Early bird (valid from 1 - 14 Oct): Adult $16 | Concession $14 | JPF Member $13
From 15 Oct onwards, regular ticket prices resumes.

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

All available via the JFF website, touring to a local city near you.
Image: Wild Geese

JFF Classics at AGNSW!

These 35mm gems pool the talents of critically acclaimed directors and leading actresses of the 1950s and 1960s, resulting in some of the greatest moments in classic Japanese cinema. Free admission. 
Image: The Tale of The Princess Kaguya

Introducing JFF Mini!

JFF Mini is a satellite event reaching out to smaller cities around Australia & New Zealand.
Next stops: Christchurch, Hobart, Darwin, Townsville and Cairns.

Win tickets to Brisbane JFF!

We have 3 double passes to give away. To enter, email with the subject 'Brisbane #JFF2014AU' and tell us which film are you most excited about. Don't forget to include your mailing address. Entries close 3 Oct 5pm.
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