One of the first animated feature films ever made in Japan is now fully digitally restored!
Based on a best-selling comic book and from the director of "Rurouni Kenshin" series comes a Sci-Fi suspense thriller.
A "monster" breaks into a peaceful city, revealing the true nature of human being.
The up and coming filmmaker, Tetsuya MARIKO, explodes his talents like a firework!
Based on the bestseller comic series which sold more than seven million copies. The action battle between Humans vs Vampires makes it hard to tear your eyes away from the screen!
Based on a true story. Collecting 1,000ryo (300 million yen) to escape poverty!
Well known actress Hitomi KUROKI (Lost Paradise, Dark Water) makes her directorial debut.
Festival Screening @ BIFF
Oct 7 (Fri) 20:00 @ CGV Centum City Starium
Oct 11 (Tue) 13:30 @ CGV Centum City 5
Oct 14 (Fri) 16:00 @ Megabox Haeundae 6
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?
“Library Wars” series novelist Hiro ARIKAWA's purest and the sweetest love story has been made into a film.
Do you really want to know who your neighbors are?
Occult horror mystery meets campus love story based on a best-selling horror comic.
They are back. A sequel to "Samural Hustle," which was a great success in 2014,
with the original staff and cast. What will be their next mission impossible?!
An adaptation of “Hamon” (expulsion), the 151st Naoki Prize-winning novel from Hiroyuki Kurokawa's hugely popular “Yakubyogami” (jinx) series.
An innocent, heart-rending pure love story based on a best-selling comic book “One Week Friends”by Maccha Hazuki.
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 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.
Have you ever thought about the previous tenants who lived where you live now?
Yoshihiro NAKAMURA has made Fuyumi ONO’s popular horror novel into a film.