SOLD OUT From Gore to Westerns: An Incisive Afternoon with Director Takashi Miike
This event is sold out.
Saturday, February 7, 2009
From the gory horror of Audition (1999) to the spaghetti western homage Sukiyaki Western Django (2007) to the musical comedy The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001), Japan’s busiest film director Takashi Miike has made over 50 films in the widest range of possible genres. His razor-sharp, most absurd and yet entertaining style of filmmaking makes him one of the most distinctive directors working today, and this has brought a whole new type of international, enthusiastic, young followers to contemporary Japanese films. In this incisive afternoon, Miike will speak in depth on his filmmaking behind-the scenes.
Followed by a reception.
This event is SOLD OUT.
This program is held in conjunction with Takashi Miike’s new film YATTERMAN world premiere at the Directors Guild Theater on Friday, February 6 where Miike and starring actor Sho Sakurai will make an appearance. There are also many other events scheduled around YATTERMAN at New York Comic Con. Please visit their website for more information.
Hotel accommodations are provided by The Kitano New York.
Calendar of Events
Lecture + DemonstrationA Comprehensive Intro/Demo to Nihon Buyo with Geimaruza
Educator ProgramExploring Japanese Classics: Theatre, Literature & History
PerformanceNihon Buyo Dance with live traditional music
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