The Japanese film festival returns in October | Daily Express Online

Kota Kinabalu: The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) returns for the second time this year, October 6-9 at GSC Suria Sabah, bringing the best of Japanese cinema for all to enjoy on the big screen.

The 18th edition of the annual celebration features more than 12 titles spanning a variety of genres – drama, documentary, romance, youth and animation, highlighting various aspects of Japanese culture through film while satisfying cinematic cravings and capturing minds and hearts for moviegoers and newcomers alike.

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