The Japanese film festival projects your name. Orchestra Concert, Reveals Screening Schedule (Updated) – News

The official Facebook The Japanese Film Festival India (JFF) page announced on Tuesday that it will screen the Indian premiere of the your name. Orchestra concert speak Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and the band RADWIMPS in Delhi on November 4 at 7:30 p.m. IST.

The Delhi leg of the festival will also feature:

The festival will also feature RADWIMPSForever in a Daze Tour 2021-2022.

Tickets for the festival went on sale on the PVR Cinemas website on Thursday. The festival will take place at PVR Cinemas outlets across India from November 4 to December 11.

The festival will take place at:

  • Delhi November 4-6
  • Bombay from November 11 to 13
  • Chennai Nov 25-27
  • Bangalore from 9 to 11 December

The festival screened the Poupelle of Chimney Town cinema, the Josée, the tiger and the fish animated film and the 4K remaster of the Ramayana: The Legend of Prince Rama animated film in Delhi earlier this year after canceling its previous physical events in Delhi and Bangalore. The JFF aired the reverse patema and Eve Time animated films in India from February 14 to 27 as part of its online festival.

The Japan Foundation annually hosts the Japanese Film Festival (JFF) in major cities across India. The Foundation hosted the JFF 2019 event in Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi, Gurugram, Chennai and Guwahati. The JFF screened films such as children of the sea, garden of words your name., grow old with you, read on the walland live action tokyo ghoul in 2019.

The Japan Foundation established its South Asian chapter in New Delhi in 1994. The Foundation promotes cultural and intellectual exchanges as well as the teaching of the Japanese language abroad.

Update: Makoto Shinkaiit is grow old with you The screening of the animated film on November 5 will take place at 11:00 am IST. PVR Cinemas said it would release festival schedules for Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore at a later date.

Sources: e-mail correspondence, Japanese Film Festival India’s Facebook page

Marie A. Evans