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Film Festival

Author:Author unknown, Issue: January 2000, Topic: Events

OVERVIEW: This festival presents many films rarely shown outside of the countries in which they were made. While some are mainstream, most are alternative films. The main purpose of this festival is to introduce rarely shown classic movies.

VENUE: Tsukuba Women's University (Auditorium) Azuma 3-1, Tsukuba-shi

TIME: 6:30-8:30 (note that some films run longer than others)
Note that seating is limited to 500.

COST: No charge for any of the films INQUIRIES: (0298)58-4813 (Japanese); (0298)58-6337 (English); juppe[at]in.kasei.ac.jp

SCHEDULED FILMS
January 20 Mere Jeevan Saathi (India, 1965)
January 27 Mexican Bus Ride (Mexico, 1951)
February 3 Cold Days (Hungary, 1966)
February 10 Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (Ukraine, 1964)
February 17 Time for Revenge (Argentina, 1983)
February 24 Black Orpheus (Brazil, 1958)

All films are in the original language with English subtitles.

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