TORONTO, June 22, 2012 /CNW/ - Last night the inaugural Toronto Japanese
Film Festival http://jccc.on.ca/torontojff/) closed with the North American premiere of Friends after 3.11 - an inquiry into post-tsunami Japan. The Festival's 12 films drew
nearly four thousand people from across the city.
"Our new Festival far exceeded our expectations" said Festival Director
James Heron. "People really appreciated the rare opportunity to see
these top Japanese films."
The Kobayashi Audience Choice Award for the Festival's favourite film
went to Izuru Narushima's Rebirth.
SOURCE Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
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