Japanese Film Festival 2018
• Klang Valley
GSC Mid Valley
GSC Pavilion KL
GSC 1 Utama
GSC Nu Sentral
• Penang
GSC Gurney Plaza
• Johor
GSC Paradigm JB
• Kuching
GSC CityONE Megamall
• Kota Kinabalu
GSC Suria Sabah

About JFF 2018

The 15th Japanese Film Festival 2018

6th September — 7th October 2018

The Japanese Film Festival is back again and this year, marked its 15th years of its screening in Malaysia. For 15 years, we’ve travelled to Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Kuching and Sabah to screen the films. Starting this year, we added 1 more state to join the film festival celebrations and JFF2018 will make its screening debut in Johor Bahru!

13 Japanese films will be screened from collective mixed genres from romantic comedy, suspense youth drama, documentary, feature and more.

Also, to commemorate the 15th years of Malaysians support to the Japanese Films and to appreciate our long-time JFF supporters from year 1 until today, we’ve line up few special screenings in Kuala Lumpur.

First up is, Chihayafuru films marathon (Part 1 - Part 3). Secondly, we also added 6 films that were shot in Japan which were directed by Malaysian film directors. Both programs are set to screen at GSC Nu Sentral, Kuala Lumpur.

We hope that audiences will have most memorable experience possible, through a diverse selection of the high-quality of Japanese films for this year too!

Want to know more about Japanese films?

Check out the JFF magazine from the link below; http://www.japanesefilmfest.org/

About The Organiser

The Japan Foundation is a non-profit organisation established in 1972 with the purpose of promoting mutual cultural exchange between Japan and other countries. The Kuala Lumpur office was established in October 1989.

The primary objective of JFKL is to develop mutual understanding between people through culture and language within the region. The office also facilitates and supports the exchange of personnel and experts who work in the fields of Arts, Culture, Humanities and Social Sciences.