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Horror Film Festival partners Japanese Film Festival Online


The Japan Foundation of Madrid, a regular partner of the Festival for some years now, is between 5 June and 3 July staging the 3rd edition of the Japanese Film Festival Online (JFFO), giving viewers the chance to enjoy a selection of the finest Japanese cinema free of charge from their homes.

This year the JFFO will feature an online programme of some twenty films of all genres and for all tastes, through which to explore the fascinating world of Japanese film-making. And for the first time, two series will be shown as well in complete seasons, along with contemporary films and a revival of a number of restored classics, comedies, animation, drama and, of course, horror.

The JFFO includes four award-winning short films from the Japan Horror Film Competition, set up in 2021 with the aim of uncovering and supporting new talents on the Japanese horror movie scene. The programme includes Best Wishes to All (Yûta Shimotsu, 2023), The Invitation (Hiroho Mieno, 2021), Karakasa (Kenji Yamamoto, 2023) and closet (Hiroto Nakano, 2023).

A unique chance to see a selection of great series and films, many of them never before screened in Spain, with optimal sound and image quality, in the original Japanese version with Spanish subtitles.

Streaming period divided into two phases:
Phase 1: 20 films accessible from Spain between 5 June and 19 June
Phase 2: 2 series (a total of 20 episodes) between 19 June and 3 July


More information: Fundación Japón Madrid

Araña Araña