40 girls killing each other at a girl's only school.
Time limit: 8 hours.
Hostages: the whole population of Japan.Mission: save them at any cost.
A suspense-filled blockbuster revolving around a nuclear terrorism crisis and a desperate rescue operation!
The War ended on August 15th, 1945. What took place in Japan on the previous night?
The unknown destiny of the day is unveiled.
Set in the beautiful hills in Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island. Here comes a moving story of a widower whose world begins to expand with the guides which his late wife left in her letters for him.
Life and Death.
The incomparable creative work shows sensitivity and overflowing life.
Osamu TEZUKA's last message will finally be released as a movie!
GASSOH, the manga masterpiece by the late Hinako SUGIURA is made into a live-action film starring Yuya YAGIRA of "Nobody Knows."
One of Kenji MIZOGUCHI’s greatest pre-war achievements.
The digital restoration is from a 4K film transfer (2K projection) by Shochiku.
A sequal to Yoshimitsu MORITA debut film "SOMETHING LIKE IT" from 1981
starring Kenichi MATSUYAMA and Keiko KITAGAWA along with the original cast 35 years later.
70 years have passed since the end of World War II.
Director Yoji Yamada brings author Hisashi Inoue's final wish to the screen.
“Tokyo Family” cast gets together for Yoji YAMADA’s long-awaited comedy drama!
A body guard NINJA encounters an unidentified Monster (Kaiju).
Can he protect a beautiful princess?
"Solomon no Gisho," the masterpiece of Japan's best-selling author, Miyuki MIYABE, will finally be released as a movie!
The divorce rate was twice as high in Edo period as today!? Japan’s top actors and actresses to deliver a drama filled with laughter and tears!
An ordinary, upstanding housewife embezzles a fortune. Did she do it to satisfy her greed? Or to keep her younger lover? Sympathy, guilt, disgust, release... All of these emotions are connected.
The documentary film about The Tsukiji Market, which is the biggest fish and seafood market in the world. Why does Tsukiji continue to fascinate people around the world over the years?