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JFF Made 30 Japanese Films Available to Watch Online For Free

On its 5th year, the Japanese Film Festival brought its screenings online through their JFF Plus Online Festival. 20 countries, including the Philippines, will have a chance to watch 30 Japanese Films on scheduled screenings, all for free. With the slogan, “Japanese Film Anytime, Anywhere.”

JFF is a project of Japan Foundation, the country’s spearhead institution in international cultural exchange programs throughout the world.

Philippine screenings will run through November 20 to 29, 2020. Films are available only for 24 hours, from the scheduled starting times. Playback is not available when they reach the 24-hour expiration limit.

Philippine Schedule:

Day 1 – November 20

3:00 PM
Project Dreams – How to Build Mazinger Z’s Hangar (2020)
Drama, 1h 55m

3:00 PM
Gon, The Little Fox (2019)
Animation, 27m

7:00 PM
Sumikkogurashi: Good to be in the corner (2019)
Animation; 1h 5m

9:00 PM
Stolen Identity (2018)
Mystery, Thriller; 1h 56m

Stolen Identity (2018)
Stolen Identity (2018)

Day 2 – November 21

1:00 PM
Lady Maiko (2015)
Musical, Comedy; 2h 15m

3:00 PM
Key Of Life (2012)
Comedy; 2h 8m

5:00 PM
Kick-Heart (2013)
Animation; 13m

7:00 PM
Our 30-Minute Sessions (2020)
Romance; 1h 54m

Lady Maiko (2015)
Lady Maiko (2015)

Day 3 – November 22

1:00 PM
A Story of Yonosuke (2013)
Drama; 2h 40m

3:00 PM
Peace (2010
Documentary; 1h 15m

5:00 PM
The Girl from the Other Side (2019)
Animation; 5m

7:00 PM
Café Funiculi Funicula (2018)
Drama, Fantasy; 1h 56m

The Girl From The Other Side (2019)
The Girl From The Other Side (2019)

Day 4 – November 23

3:00PM
The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice (1952)
Classic; 1h 55m

5:00 PM
Norman The Snowman-The Northern Light (2013)
Animation, 25m

Day 5 – November 24

3:00 PM
Project Dreams – How to Build Mazinger Z’s Hangar (2020)
Drama; 1h 55m

5:00 PM
Pigtails (2015)
Animation; 28m

7:00 PM
Little Nights, Little Love (2019)
Romance, Drama; 1h 59m

Day 6 – November 25

3:00 PM
Railways (2010)
Drama; 2h 10m

5:00 PM
Norman The Snowman -On a Night of Shooting Stars (2016)
Animation; 25m

7:00 PM
Tsukiji Wonderland (2016)
Documentary; 1h 15m

Norman The Snowman - On a Night of Shooting Stars (2016)
Norman The Snowman – On a Night of Shooting Stars (2016)

Day 7 – November 26

3:00 PM
Tora-san in Goto (2016)
Documentary; 1h 54m

5:00 PM
Moon of a Sleepless Night (2015)
Animation; 27m

7:00 PM
Café Funiculi Funicula (2018)
Drama, Fantasy; 1h 56m

Day 8 – November 27

3:00 PM
Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday (2014)
Drama; 1h 28m

5:00 PM
Li’l Spider Girl (2012)
Animation; 24m

7:00 PM
Tokyo Marble Chocolate (2007)
Animation; 60m

9:00 PM
Our 30-Minute Sessions (2020)
Romance; 1h 54m

Day 9 – November 28

1:00 PM
0.5 mm (2014)
Drama; 3h 16m

3:00 PM
The Great Passage (2013)
Drama. Romance; 2h 13m

5:00 PM
Drawer Hobs (2011)
Animation; 24m

7:00 PM
Stolen Identity (2018)
Mystery, Thriller; 1h 56m

Tsukiji Wonderland (2016)
Tsukiji Wonderland (2016)

Day 10 – November 29

1:00 PM
Tsukiji Wonderland (2016)
Documentary; 1h 50m

3:00 PM
Dance With Me (2019)
Musical; 1h 43m

5:00 PM
Little Nights, Little Love (2019)
Romance, Drama; 1h 59m

Know more about the festival through their website.

For more online screenings, visit Cinema Centenario’s new online screening platform, MOOV.

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