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2019-01-23 | Kidlat Tahimik Works: Special Screenings

Kidlat Tahimik’s films have been presented by the filmmaker himself at YIDFF countless times, ever since the first edition of the festival in 1989. This retrospective commemorates the Japanese theatrical release of the maverick Filipino’s latest film Balikbayan # 1—Memories of Overdevelopment Redux VI. Family, homeland, tribe, travel, encounter - a rich filmography inseparable from life will be projected mostly on 16mm film. Don’t miss this rare occasion!

Kidlat Tahimik Special Screenings
Commemorating the Theatrical Release in Japan of Balikbayan # 1—Memories of Overdevelopment Redux VI

January 26 (Sat) –February 22 (Fri)

Perfumed Nightmare   1977 / 95 min
Who Invented the Yoyo? Who Invented the Moon Buggy?   1981 / 90 min
YAN-KI: Made in Hong Kong   1980 / 40 min
Japanese Summers of a Filipino Fundoshi   1996 / 39 min
Turumba   1983 / 90 min
Takedera: Mon Amour   1989 / 60 min
Why is Yellow Middle of Rainbow?   1994 / 175 min
Theater Image Forum (Shibuya, Tokyo)
Door ticket: 1,500 yen / 1,200 yen for students and seniors / 1,100 yen for members Advanced ticket: 3,600 yen available for three programs
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phone: 03-5362-0671 (Cinematrix)

For more information Balikbayan # 1—Memories of Overdevelopment Redux VI website: Kidlat Tahimik Special Screenings (in Japanese)