Techno Circus is a modern version of shadow puppetry that has evolved to incorporate new technologies and staging abilities to produce a multi-layered, sophisticated spectacle.
Demystifying Japanese ingredients to allow anyone to bring them into your everyday cooking.
From Tokyo, Japan, comes this youth dance troupe with the world premiere of a new work exclusive to the Adelaide Fringe.
A psychological thriller set in 21st century Japan where Alex has run to but he will soon find out there is no escaping the past. Rock bottom can get worse.
The extraordinary true adventures of a group of airmen who escaped the Japanese and became the RAAF's celebrated 18th Squadron during World Ward II.
With a diagnosis of 3 to 8 years before he becomes wheelchair bound, Jake Jurecky has compiled a bucket list of things he wants to achieve in this relatively short window. Read about his story and help this Adelaide teen achieve his dreams.
The 20th annual Japanese Film Festival opened in Adelaide on Friday night with a celebratory Reception at the Mercury Cinema and Glam Adelaide was there!
A group of friends try to start a competitive Karuta Club in their high school, with dreams of winning the national competition of the traditional card game.
A small black kitten gets lost hundreds of kilometres from home, where a tough stray cat takes him under his wing and begins teaching him how to survive.
When a criminal psychologist and his wife move to a new neighbourhood, all is not what it seems and a cold case police investigation seeps into their lives.
Adelaide’s first Japanese anime film festival arrives in Prospect on 22 October with new release movies, anime-inspired entertainment, Japanese food and music.
In 18th Century rural Japan, nine merchants hatch a plan to raise and loan money to their Feudal Lord so the interest earned can support their farming town.
After 50 years of marriage, a woman tells her husband she wants a divorce for her birthday, sending the whole extended family into a comical meltdown.
The 20th annual Japanese Film Festival will run from 21 – 30 October exclusively at the Mercury Cinema in the city, showcasing 10 films across multiple genre.
During the Japanese occupation of Korea a crack sniper is sent to assassinate a Japanese Army commander but a traitor turns the tables on the rebels and her team.
A recently widowed American travels to Japan's "suicide forest" where he encounters another lost soul and, together, they must find their way out.
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An American woman travels to Japan’s suicide forest, the Aokighara Forest, to search for her identical twin sister who went missing on a recent excursion.
(The trailer above is without English subtitles but this film will screen subtitled) It’s not about winning, but being a winner, which makes this the perfect closing film for the fantastic 2015 Japanese Film Festival. 100 Yen Love is a boxing film with heart, that follows the transformation of Ichiko (Sakura Ando), a 32 year old, stay-at-home slob. With […]
A group of highly dysfunctional young women & the cross-dressing son of a Minister join forces to fight a property developer from tearing down their home.