Once Upon A Time In Japan


From horror, comedy, thrillers and animation to period films and docudramas, ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN demonstrates the richness, the diversity and the relevance of a contemporary Japanese cinema that is vastly under-represented on the international film circuit.

Air Doll (Kuki Ningyo)


Based on a cute manga of the same name, AIR DOLL is a classic “manic pixie dream girl” vehicle with a shocking twist, writes Rosy Hunt.

I Wish (Kiseki)


Our man at this years Brighton Film Festival, Harry Hunt reviews Hirokazu Koreeda’s charming KISEKI. The children will love it – what a shame the BBFC slapped it with a 15 rating!