The film was produced by CC&C - Louis Vaudeville, Arte France and NHK.
The trailer and the synopsis can be found on the homepage of CC&C:
13th Japanese Animation Film Festival “JAFF”, organized by NPO Otaku in cooperation with Japan Foundation, takes place from 12. April until 22. April in Tallinn.
During the festival around 20 films will be shown. The films are on many different topics like artificial intelligence, time-travel and about characters like Godzilla or people, who stop aging. On 12. April at 17:30, JAFF will be opened with the screening of FLAVORS OF YOUTH.
Please see the information about the films and details about the Artis cinema (Estonia pst. 9) below.
Programme of Artis Cinema (in English): https://www.kino.ee/eng/Movies/ComingSoon
Film list of JAFF (in Estonian): https://www.kino.ee/Events/13JAFF
On 15. March at 20:00 on ETV2 channel “Hasekura, a samurai at the Vatican” (fiction-documentary, 2018) will be screened. The film is in English with Estonian subtitles (partly with English subtitles).
“Hasekura, a samurai at the Vatican” will be broadcasted in Estonia with the support of the Japan Foundation, ETV2 and in cooperation of the Embassy of Japan in Estonia.
The documentary is about an expedition led by the samurai Hasekura Tsunenaga and the Franciscan monk Luis Sotelo from Japan to Europe.
Please see more information and the trailer on the homepage of one of the producers Terranoa on the below link.
Introduction and trailer of “Hasekura, a samurai at the Vatican” can be found on the homepage of Terranoa: http://www.terranoa.com/product/product.php?code=2299
On that occasion, the Embassy will arrange manga and shodō workshops, which will take place on Saturday, 9. February at Tourest 2019 as following schedule:
11:00 – 11:50 Calligraphy Workshop I (Hiroyuki Sonobe) *
12:00 – 12:45 Calligraphy Workshop II (Hiroyuki Sonobe) *
13:00 – 13:45 Manga Workshop for Children (in Estonian and Russian) (Galina Zaitseva)*
14:00 – 14:45 Manga Workshop for Youth and Adults (in Estonian and Russian) (Galina Zaitseva)*
*Manga and calligraphy workshops taking place at Traveller´s Corner are with pre-registration only! Please send your full name, phone number and workshop time of your preference to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, February 7, 16:00.
Additionally, the activities at the stand H6 will be held according to the timetable below:
Saturday, 9. February
10:00-10:45 Ikebana Demonstration (Ingrid Allik)
11:00-11:45 Sushi Workshop for Children (Maria Lilje, Sushimon)
12:00-12:20 Sushi Demonstration (Maria Lilje, Sushimon)
12:30-14:30 Japanese Board Games (Kevin Kallikorm, Japanese Culture Club Asashio)
15:00-15:50 Travel Advise for Visitors about Japan (Kaia Jallai, Japanese Culture Club Asashio)
16:00-16:30 Japanese language class for children (Natalia Orshanskaya, JEL School)
Sunday, 10. February
10:00-12:00 Japanese Board Games (Japanese Culture Club Asashio)
10:00-11:30 Origami Workshop (Natalia Orshanskaya, JEL School)
12:00-12:30 Sushi Workshop for Children (Maria Lilje, Sushimon)
13:00-14:00 Origami and Making Friendship Cards (Natalia Orshanskaya, JEL School)
Entrance to the Tourest 2018 at Estonian Fairs’ exhibition centre is free of charge, when you show the voucher at the ticket gate:
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