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Camera Japan film and culture festival Rotterdam
Camera Japan is the largest festival for Japanese film and culture in the Benelux. See films, enjoy performances, participate in workshops, purchase Japanese products and get swept away by beautiful Japanese music.
What to expect at Camera Japan in Rotterdam?
At Camera Japan in Rotterdam, you'll see no less than forty Japanese films from all genres: from art house dramas and comedy to horror and anime. Expect cultural and culinary workshops, photo exhibitions, a quiz and the annual film brunch.
Camera Japan film programme 2020
The official kick-off is September 23rd at Worm. Thereafter, from the 24th to the 27th of September, you can view all the screening at LantarenVenster. The 2020 programme includes titles like The Day of Destruction (TOYODA Toshiaki 豊田利晃), One Summer Story (OKITA Shuichi 沖田修一), It Feels So Good (ARAI Haruhiko 荒井晴彦), Seven Days War (MURANO Yuta 村野佑太), OBAKE (NAKAO Hiromichi 中尾広道), Minori on the Brink (NINOMIYA Ryutaro 二ノ宮隆太郎) and Three Nobunagas (WATANABE Kei).
Camera Japan COVID-19 precautions
Due to COVID-19 measures, screening room capacity is severely diminished. To help us maximize the limited capacity, please consider the following suggestions.
- If you plan to visit a screening with someone else and want to sit next to them, please purchase/reserve tickets together.
- If you made a Cineville reservation but cannot come to the screening, please cancel the reservation as soon as possible. In case of a no-show, all your reservations may be cancelled.
- Pick up reserved tickets a minimum of 20 minutes before the start of the screening.
- Please stay home if you have symptoms of COVID-19. Do not put others at risk.
Camera Japan event details
Camera Japan 2020
Otto Reuchlinweg 996, 3072 MD Rotterdam
Boomgaardsstraat 71, 3012 XA Rotterdam
Date(s) & Time(s):
23 September 2020 @ WORM
24 - 27 September 2020 @ LantarenVenster
Films by top Japanese filmmakers
Ticket prices vary.
Film & culture Festival
Location 1: LantarenVenster
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