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Independent Japanese Cinema

guest: Shunji Iwai

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Live in the festival studio
Th 25 Nov   12:00

Shunji Iwai ("The 12 Day Tale of the Monster That Died in 8")

Adriana Prodeus

Five Flavours:
Jagoda Murczyńska

Natalia Mętrak-Ruda

Studio Partner

About the event

Every year at the Five Flavours we cannot miss a good selection of Independent Japanese Cinema. We talk about the themes it tackles today, the dilemmas faced by the position of an independent auteur in Japan and filmmakers who are still looking for new ways to create cinema.

The studio's guest is Shunji Iwai, one of the most interesting filmmakers in Japanese cinema today, who has been captivating and surprising audiences for over two decades with his harmonious blend of pop culture and lyrical aura.

Shunji Iwai

Shunji Iwai

Born in 1963, graduate of Yokohama National University. The audiences' favorite and one of the most influential filmmakers of his generation, renowned for his unique visual style and avant-garde narration. Apart from directing, he is also a producer, actor and screenwriter. He wrote a novel, composed music for several of his films. Together with his band Ikire, he recorded three songs for "The 12 Day Tale."

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