Date: 10/16/2015 - 10/17/2015

Time: All Day

Location: Japan Society (333 E. 47th St., Manhattan)

Kon Ichikawa (1915-2008) ranks as one of the most significant and prolific filmmakers in the history of Japanese cinema, having directed over 80 films throughout the course of his long career. Known for his eclecticism and technical brilliance, Ichikawa was able to work masterfully across a wide range of genres, moods and styles, led by his strong eye for composition and deep understanding of cinematic language. In celebration of his centenary, Japan Society is proud to present brand-new 4k restorations of three Ichikawa masterpieces undertaken by Kadokawa Corporation.

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