Japan Underground Brings Music to the Terracotta Far East Film Festival

Where: Upstairs at the Slug & Lettuce (map), 5 Lisle Street, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7BG.
When: Saturday 7th May 2011: 8:30pm – Midnight
Tickets: Free entry for festival/cinema ticket holders.
The Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=180131818700659

The Terracotta Far East Film Festival brings 14 premieres from the far east, and puts them on the big screen for you lot to enjoy! Some films aren’t even released in Japan yet, like the fantasticly colourful and quirky Milocrorze, A Love Story. Plus there’s the latest high-action flick from Hong Kong legend Donny Yen; The Lost Bladesman. Check out the full list of films here.

And! If that’s not enough Tak Sakaguchi (Yakuza Weapon, Versus), Rina Takeda (Karate Girl, High Kick Girl), Clement Cheng (Gallants) and Sam Voutas (Red Light Revolution) are flying over to London especially to attend! Read more about the guests attending here.

Japan Underground will be supplying the soundtrack to the festival’s official party on Saturday 7 May from 8:30pm, where we’ll be playing a special selection of Asian songs that have featured in films along with a mixture of classic and new tracks from Japan. Entry is free to all festival/film ticket holders, plus a massive 25% off food when these tickets are presented to bar staff!

The Terracotta Far East Film Festival homepage: http://terracottafestival.com/


About Tom Smith
Some say he's fuelled on nothing but energy drinks, and that when he visits Japan, he spends the whole time engaging the ground in an all too familiar way. But what we do know is that his words on the country's entertainment and culture find their way into NEO Magazine on a monthly basis, while everything else finds its way here. Be it quirky news item from the Land of the Rising Sun, or a story so gruesome it'd be rude not to pass it on, you'll find it here along with his general posts about life, work and most importantly play. And yes, he has had articles printed in the likes of MCV, GamesMaster, 360 Gamer and more, thanks for noticing.

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