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Japanese Film Festival 2012
japaneseff2012.jpg 16th japanese film festival rolls on

This year's Japanese Film Festival boasts 45 films including 39 of the best features released in the last 18 months. That represents about 10% of the industry's output. The Festival is on in Sydney until Nov 25, then Melbourne from Nov 29-Dec 9.  Three revered Japanese directors Miwa Nishikawa, Kenji Uchida and Masayuki Suo along with actress Tamiyo Kusakari are special guests in Sydney and Melbourne.

 
Casting Murakami
murakami_100.jpg Casting Japanese actors

Murakami is an exciting new Performance 4a production, written by Mayu Kanamori and directed by Malcolm Blaylock.  We are seeking expressions of interest from Japanese actors, male and female aged 35-50 to participate in a paid, three-week development in early 2014.  Further information about the project can be found on the Productions page. To register your interest please email your headshot, CV and contact details to This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Seeking older Indian actor
casting_call.jpg Seeking Indian/Asian actor for short and sweet

Short and Sweet is nearly upon us again, and independent theatre makers are gearing up their new productions. Scene Theatre Productions is looking for a male actor of Indian appearance, aged 60+ to rehearse in central Sydney for performances in early 2015. Although this is an unpaid role, you'll work with an experienced team, who promise it will be a fun experience.  Find out more by emailing This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
The Age reviews Murakami
arisa_yura_by_miho_120.jpg Capturing the Asian Experience

Review by Jason Blake

The Age, 13 February 2015

... a thought-provoking show and a valuable reminder of the formative influence of Asian peoples on Australian culture and of clumsy and inhumane attempts to downplay, dismiss or caricature it." Read the full review .

 
Okinawa residencies
okinawa100.jpg Residencies for Performance makers

The International Theatre Festival Okinawa for Young Audiences is offering a fantastic opportunity for theatre makers.  The Asian Artist in Residence Programme will host 15-20 participants for one week in which to discover more about making performance in Asia, meet fellow artists from around the world, and begin to make the connections that may eventually lead to collaboration. And you'll get to see performances at this year's Festival. Read details of the Okinawa Residency Callout and apply by 30 April

 
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