IZANAGI is a project that aims to promote Japanese culture, focusing on the phenomenon manga-anime and its impact on the world, through film screenings, Japanese anime, conferences and debates addressed both to passionate people or to an audience eager to find more about. Its main purpose is to explore and understand new perspectives on film and other forms of art. The theme of this edition is consciousness and artificial intelligence.
What you can watch: Paprika, Ghost in the Shell and Eve no Jikan, and they are exclusively translated in Romanian. Movies are not recommended for people under 12 years.
22.11.2019, Friday, 7pm:
Paprika (2006, r. Satoshi Kon)
23.11.2019, Saturday, 7pm:
Ghost in the Shell (1995, r. Mamoru Oshii) + debate
24.11.2019, Sunday, 7pm:
Eve no Jikan (2010, r. Yasuhiro Yoshiura)
Location: ARCUB, Str. Lipscani nr. 84-90, 030037 Bucharest, Romania
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