2016 Kansas City Japanese Film Festival

  • Sunday, February 21, 2016
  • 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
  • KC Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet, 1400 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64105

Registration

  • Attending three or all four films? Buy the all-day pass for $20.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $7.50 per person.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $7.50 per person.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $7.50 per person.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $7.50 per person.
  • Attending three or all four films? Buy the all-day pass for $15.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $5.50 per person.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $5.50 per person.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $5.50 per person.
  • Buy a single ticket if attending this film only -- $5.50 per person.

Registration is closed
6th Annual Kansas City 
Japanese Film Festival!

Please note that registration is closed,
but you can buy tickets at the event
(Alamo Drafthouse, 1400 Main, KCMO)!


Come enjoy Japanese films rarely seen in the U.S. as the Heartland Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET) Alumni Association and the Kansas City Art Institute continue this great tradition!


Single film tickets are $7.50 (adults) and $5.50 (students/children) for single films. All-day passes (4 films) are $20 (adults) and $15 (students/children). Pay when you register via PayPal or pay at the door with cash or credit card. (To buy tickets for two movies via PayPal you will need to register twice.)

To pick up tickets or all-day passes, give your name at the film festival ticket table at the Alamo Drafthouse. 

All proceeds go to The Taylor Anderson Fund http://www.taylorandersonmemorialfund.org/ Taylor Anderson was an assistant language teacher in the JET Program who died in the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. This fund was established by her family to help students, schools and families in the Ishinomaki and Tohoku recover from the earthquake and tsunami.

Here are the films and start times for the film festival:

11:30 - 1:30    What the Snow Brings     (2005)
                        雪に願うこと

2:00 - 4:00      When Marnie Was There   (2014)  
                       
思い出のマーニー

4:30 - 6:30      Boruto: Naruto the Movie    (2015)
                       
ボルト ナルト・ザ・ムービー

7:00 - 9:00      An Autumn Afternoon   (1962)
                       
秋刀魚の味     

View 2016 Japanese Film Festival Descriptions

The Alamo Drafthouse offers a full, multi-course menu and a variety of drinks delivered to your seat.  Please come prepared to indulge!


Original artwork inspired by each film and created by KCAI students will be available as a souvenir. 

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