Days of Contemporary Japanese Films being Held in Tashkent
Days of Contemporary Japanese Films is being held in Tashkent on 13-17 March. The event is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Uzbekistan and Japan.
The event was organized by the Japanese Embassy in Uzbekistan, Japan Fund and Uzbekkino national agency at the support of Fund Forum.
At the opening ceremony, the Acting General Director of the National Agency of Uzbekkino A.Iskhakov stressed that relations between Uzbekistan and Japan, as in other spheres is consistently developing in the field of culture and art.
Cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan in the field of cinematography is expanding. Filmmakers of the two states are actively taking part in the festivals carried out in Uzbekistan and Japan.
The Days of Contemporary Japanese Films will present five films, which tells about family relations, life style and current days in Japan.
Among them are the films “Vanko – story about me, my family and my dog”, “Hotel of Hibiscus” and “The shortest letter of mother”.