Camera Japan film & culture festival Rotterdam - information

Camera Japan film and culture festival RotterdamCamera 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 arthouse 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 2019

This year's overarching theme is 'Youth', in the broadest sense of the word. The film festival opens with an international premiere of Little Miss Period by director Shunshuke Shinada. Other highlights of the festival include Vision, the latest film by Naomi Kawasa, Jam by Sabu and Melancholic, the award-winning debut of Seiji Tanaka.

For the entire list of events and ticket sales, check out the official Camera Japan Rotterdam programme.

Workshops and Kids' Day

In addition to films, Camera Japan also focuses on other (visual) arts, culture and food. Let your creativity run wild in origami, calligraphy or kyaraben workshops. For the youngest visitors, a special afternoon has been organised on Sunday 29 September with these workshops, but you can also watch films, make postcards and take photos in the photobooth. Parents are also welcome.

Camera Japan event details

Camera Japan 2019

Otto Reuchlinweg 996, 3072 MD Rotterdam

Boomgaardsstraat 71, 3012 XA Rotterdam

Date(s) & Time(s):
25 - 29 September 2019

Films by Shinada Shunshuke, Sabu, Seiji Tanaka among others

Ticket prices vary.

Event type:
Film & culture Festival


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