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Friday, October 26, 2012

Nikkatsu at 100 Film Festival and Secret Horror Screening Tonight

The Nikkatsu Studios of Japan with USC and the LA Japan Foundation are featuring classic Japanese cinema this weekend for free, all you have to do is RSVP here.

There are plenty of classics to choose from and there's a fully reserved serect movie filmed by the director of Ringu that I warned you about earlier happening tonight.

For more info head here





7:00 PM: Welcome remarks
7:20 PM: Secret Screening of the new horror film from Director Hideo Nakata (Ringu, Dark Water), co-presented by The Cinefamily, followed by a Q&A with the director.
10:00 PM: Catered reception and live DJs in Queen's Courtyard at USC.
11:00 AM: The Burmese Harp (1956, 116 minutes, Dir: Kon Ichikawa)
1:15 PM: The Sun in the Last Days of the Shogunate (1957, 110 minutes, Dir:Yuzo Kawashima)
3:30 PM: Rusty Knife (1958, 90 minutes, Dir: Toshio Masuda)
6:00 PM: "Nikkatsu and the World of Japanese Entertainment" Panel Discussion
8:00 PM: Lovers are Wet (1973, 76 minutes, Dir: Tatsumi Kumashiro)

12:00 PM: The Insect Woman (1963, 123 minutes, Dir: Shohei Imamura)
2:15 PM: Retaliation (1968, 94 minutes, Dir:Yasuharu Hasebe)
5:00 PM: "The Global Studio at 100" Panel Discussion
7:00 PM: Suzaki Paradise: Red Light (1956, 81 minutes, Dir: Yuzo Kawashima)
8:30 PM: Tattooed Life (1965, 87 minutes, Dir: Seijun Suzuki)

via SciFi Japan