Film



Japan Society Film screens a diverse selection of classic and contemporary Japanese cinema throughout the year—including retrospectives of seminal directors, thematic series, and special screenings of international, U.S. and NY premieres—and organizes JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film, the largest festival of its kind in North America.


Monthly Classics

Year-round screenings of beloved classics, hidden gems and recent discoveries of Japanese cinema. Tickets are just $5 for Japan Society members!


FILM SERIES

An 11-film retrospective surveying the work of Kazuo Miyagawa (1908-1999), the most influential cinematographer of postwar Japanese cinema.


Time's Journey Through a Room

FILM SERIES

Kazuo Miyagawa: Japan's Greatest Cameraman

April 13 — April 28

Japan Society’s Film Programs are generously supported by the Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Endowment Fund.

Additional season support is provided by The Globus Family, Masu Hiroshi Masuyama, James Read Levy, Geoff Matters, David S. Howe, Dr. Tatsuji Namba, Mr. and Mrs. Omar H. Al-Farisi, Laurel Gonsalves, and Akiko Koide and Shohei Koide.

Image courtesy of Kazuo Miyagawa Family

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