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ATGの“革命的”な映画ポスターを紹介する企画展の関連作品を上映!
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2020.06.29

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!

Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum Period: 2020.07.07 ~ 2020.08.30
Ends in 24 days

「Special Exhibition Movie Poster Revolution-ATG (Art Theater Guild) Challenge-Related Screening」

(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

(TOP image) “Funeral” © Itami Productions

From June 2nd (Tue) to September 6th (Sun), the Katakura Ichikawa Kita Film Memorial Exhibition introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters, which contributed greatly to the history of poster design in Japan. Revolution of movie posters-Challenge of ATG (Art Theater Guild)". From July 7th (Tuesday), movie screenings related to special exhibitions will also be held. Take this opportunity to enjoy the world of posters and movies at the same time.

<<What is ATG?>>
Established in 1961 with the aim of releasing non-commercial art films, with the predecessor of the <Japan Art Theater Movement Association> promoted by Kashiko Kawakita. Initially, the distribution of foreign films was the main focus, but since the end of the 1960s, the company has also begun to produce Japanese films, providing a framework for making free films despite its low budget. From newcomers such as Nagisa Oshima, Yoshishige Yoshida, Shuji Terayama, Kihachi Okamoto, Nobuhiko Obayashi to veteran directors, it became a place to pursue radical video expressions that major movie companies do not have.

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!

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"Strangled Penalty" © Nagisa Oshima Productions

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!
"Funeral ceremony" © Itami Productions

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!
"Youth murderer" ©1976 Pro Imamura/Toho

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!
"Long absence"
© 1960 PROCINEX (Paris), CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE LYRE (Paris), GALATEA (Rome)
> © 2000 CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE LYRE (Paris)

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!
“Last year at Marienbad” © 1960 STUDIOCANAL – Argos Films – Cineriz

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!
"Sonezaki Shinchu" ©1978 Keita Fujii/Toho

A related work of a special exhibition that introduces ATG's "revolutionary" movie posters is shown!
"The funeral procession of roses" ©︎1969 Matsumoto Production

Tickets will be released from July 1st (Wednesday)!! (Including some tickets sold on Saturday, July 18th)
Special exhibition
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-ATG (Art Theater Guild) Challenge-
Related screening
[Date] July 7th (Tue)-August 30th (Sun)
*Please check the official website for screening dates and films.
[Venue] Kitakura Ichikawa Movie Memorial
[Closed] Mondays (Open if Monday is a national holiday, closed on the following weekday)
[Fee]
<<Movie viewing charges (excluding special screenings and special events)>>General ¥1,000, Elementary and junior high school students ¥500 (You can also view the exhibition by showing your ticket.)
<Planned exhibition viewing fee> General ¥200, elementary and junior high school students ¥100 *Movie viewing fee is not included.
*You cannot enter if the tickets are sold out.
[Ticket sales] Kitakura Kawakita Movie Memorial Center TEL.0467-23-2500
[TEL] 0467-23-2500 (Kamakura City Kawakita Movie Memorial)
* Subject to change due to trends in the government and Kanagawa prefecture and the spread of new coronavirus infections. When visiting the museum, please check the latest information on the official website of the Kawakita Film Memorial Museum in Kamakura City.

[Requests to visitors]
●Visit at the Kawakita Movie Memorial Museum in KamakuraWe ask all of you to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. Please read here for requests regarding entry.

  • Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum
  • Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum
  • Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum
  • Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum
  • Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum
  • Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum

The Kawakita Film Memorial Museum in Kamakura City was opened in April 2010 in the wake of the movie culture in Kamakura City, in the former residence of Mr. and Mrs. Kashiko Kawakita, who contributed greatly to the development of movies. At this memorial hall, you can view movie materials, show movies, browse movie materials, and search the Web. We also hold lectures, lectures and workshops throughout the year.

The building is a one-story Japanese-style building that expresses the image of a Sukiya-style structure and is in harmony with the surrounding environment. The board fence has also been restored to its original appearance, and the bright and wide opening of the exhibition room overlooks a lush garden, creating a calm atmosphere in the ancient capital of Kamakura.

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Although it is close to Komachi-dori, which is bustling with people every day, it is located in a quiet environment where you can't even think that you are just in the back. Also, although the lights of the movie theaters have disappeared from Kamakura City, the theater equipped with film projectors regularly shows old and modern masterpieces of East and West, so you can enjoy the movie on a big screen. ..

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"access"
●Get off at JR Kamakura Station/Enoden Kamakura Station East Exit
●8 minutes walk from Komachi-dori to Hachimangu

  • Address
    2-2-12 Yukinoshita, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
    0467-23-2500
  • Business Hour
    9:00 to 17:00 (Last admission 16:00) [Closed] Every Monday (If Monday is a holiday, the library will be open and closed on the following weekday), year-end and New Year holidays, exhibition replacement period, etc.
  • Credit Card
    Impossible
  • Parking Area
    No (There is no parking facility, so please use public transportation.) *However, there is one parking space for people with disabilities.
  • Reserve
    Possible (Tickets for movies are sold at the Memorial window from the 3rd Saturday of the month before the screening date, but telephone reservations are not possible)

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