Films by Language


From Up on Poppy Hill

Kokurikozaka kara

Miyazaki Goro

The latest, superbly animated classic from Studio Ghibli’s Miyazaki Goro is the tender 60s tale of schoolgirl Umi and her dashing friend Shun. Completely charming, Poppy Hill does not reserve its many treasures for children alone.


Ohata Hajime

A far-out double feature from the Far East. Body horror from Japan (Henge) plus a hapless one-handed Korean detective on the search for a unique timepiece that may or may not be able to alter time itself (Young Gun in the Time).


Sono Sion

Japanese provocateur Sono Sion (Love Exposure) shot this radical tale of teen rage in post-tsunami landscapes. “A near-masterpiece from one of the most significant Japanese directors working today.” — Little White Lies

I Wish


Kore-eda Hirokazu

This deeply charming, kid-centred film contains a multitude of perspectives to surprise and delight audiences from nine to ninety.