A look at the Asian Selection in the 26th Raindance Film Festival Programme

A champion of independent cinema around the world, the Raindance Film Festival is the largest of its kind in Europe. It showcases feature, documentary and short films, music videos, web series and virtual reality experiences. Fostering an environment of creativity and inspiration for emerging and established filmmakers, the Festival also offers opportunities for industry collaboration through its co-production and industry days forums. Known for providing an international launch platform for independent films.

The Festival Programme has just been unveiled and we have picked for you the Asians entries:

Room Laundering by Kenji Katagiri (Japan)

A Japanese law requires landlords to reveal when a previous tenant has died in the apartment, and how they met their end. To get around the impact this may have on property prices an unscrupulous gangster sets himself up as a ‘room launderer’. Using a sullen young woman, who sees ghosts, he disrupts this chain of
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