Posts tagged ‘movie’

VMU Centre for Asian Studies invites you to the premiere of a new documentary “Kaunas. The city of Sugihara and Japan”. The premiere will be taking place on April 26, 5:30 P.M. in Kaunas cinema centre’s “Romuva” temporary hall, Kęstučio st. 62 (entrance through the inner yard). The story of Kaunas – Japan bilateral relations […]

This September 11th the screening of a movie about Chiune Sugihara will take place in the historical movie theater “Romuva” in Kaunas. During this event the viewers will be able to meet the delegation from Gifu prefecture, including Jaocu city mayor, who will hand funds donated by Gifu people for Sugihara fond “Diplomats for Life” […]

Japanese cinema

October 14th, 2014

This Friday HASHI club’s guest is Gediminas Jankauskas – a film critic, VMU and VU lecturer of film history and cinematography and organiser of cinema-related activities. He will tell a little bit about the Japanese film history and present a black-and-white film “Rashomon”, made in 1950.

“Kurokawa’s” visit

October 8th, 2014

This Friday HASHI has visitors – anime fan club “Kurokawa”, which presents an animated film „The dog of Flanders“, made in 1997.

Korean Movie Month – Runway Cop

February 24th, 2014

During the last screening of our Korean Movie Month we are going to watch a very refreshingly funny comedy ‘Runway Cop’ (kor. 차형사) (2012). It’s a story about a police officer, who has to go undercover as a model in the fashion industry in order to solve the illegal drugs case. However, the said officer […]

Korean movie month – Pieta

February 17th, 2014

Third movie of the month – a piece by legendary diractor Kim Ki-Duk “Pieta”(kor.피에타) (2012). It tells us a story about a vicious man and mysterious woman, whose life stories intervined. It’s a movie about revenge, loneliness and the darkest desires of human mind.

Hashi Valentines day!

February 11th, 2014

It’s Valentine’s day but you didn’t get any postcards? Feeling lonely and loveless? Good knews: HASHI loves you! This Friday we would like to invite you to watch a documentary movie about a girl whose outstanding persistence leads her to the top of Ginza’s hostesses.

Friday movie at Hashi club

November 26th, 2013

This Friday in HASHI club we will watch a Japanese movie.

With Halloween moods still intact, Hallyu club would like to invite you all to the spooky movie screening this Thursday. “Spellbound” (2011) or “오싹한 연애” tells a story about a young magician (Lee Minki) falling in love with a girl (Son Yejin), who has the ability to see ghosts.

This Friday we invite you to relax and watch Shunji Iwai movie, from year 2001, called “All About Lilly Chou Chou (リリイ・シュシュのすべて).” It’s a story about relationship between young people who are living in a modern world which is divided between reality and virtual reality. Movie is pretty long (146min.) thus prepare for a long […]