The Japan Film Society Presents: The Winter Shorts

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Film & Other Media

Dec 20096
6:30p.m. - 9:00p.m.

The Royal/T Cafe
8910 Washington Blvd
Culver City, California, 90232
United States

The Japan Film Society Proudly Presents its inaugural Community Screenings Series event with THE WINTER SHORTS! 

Join us as we share a selection of shorts from local Japanese and Japanese-influenced filmmakers, featuring a special Q&A sessions with the talent after each film!

Admission is $16, which includes a choice of one of the following delicious items from the Royal/T menu: 

a) Oyako-don
b) Beef Curry
c) Unagi Bowl
d) Vegetable Tempura-don (Vegetarian)

*Admission for screening only is $8.*

Doors will open at 6:00pm with the first short film beginning promptly at 6:30pm.

We will also feature a free raffle for a chance to win prizes!

- The Milkman's Way 
(Directed by: Tomoya Nakamura. A "genuine milkman" is forced to choose between his integrity and temptation.)

- Chinese Antique
(Directed by: Ryo Shiina with Bassem Wahbi and Anthony Ma. A bratty teen is forced to work at a store that is going out of business.)

- 3 Men + One
(Directed by: Mikio Nakazato. A comedy about a Japanese sushi snob who gets a unique lesson in "taste" from an African American chef.)

- Half Kenneth 
(Directed by: Ken Ochiai. 1945: after the death of their father, Ken and Jo escape Japanese American internment camp to find their Caucasian mother, but discover something neither of them could have anticipated.)


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