SOUTH SOCIAL CELEBRATES JAPAN

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South Social celebrates Japan

On Saturday 6th of April , South Social Film Festival is happy to  launch a special event, SOUTH SOCIAL CELEBRATES JAPAN, at Mercato Metropolitano in Elephant & Castle. Japan is a country renowned for its wonderful cinema,  music and rich cuisine.

Dates

Event Details

Address:Moving Pictures Cinema @Mercato Metropilitano
39 Newington Causeway
LONDON

Post code:SE1 6DR

Tickets:Film+music £20, Concessions £15, Film+music+food £30

Open hours:9-6pm

Description

THE FILM  Close-Knit by Naoko Ogigami is a feel-good movie that deals with an unconventional family dynamic consisting of husband, transgender wife and niece, who all happen to live together. One of the first of its kind in Japanese cinema, the film will raise many questions about new families, gender boundaries, cliche identity and new fluid determination. A lively debate with Japanese experts following the screening, will give a deeper understanding of Japanese culture. THE MUSIC Bringing us the sounds of Japan will be Japanese singing ambassador MIOU. Her enthusiasm for music and fashion makes for a beautiful and entertaining performance, having already achieved the award for "Asian Top Fashion Singer " and “Asia Pacific Inspirational Woman”. https://www.mioujapan.com/ THE FOOD Expect a super delicious mix of sushi and sashimi crafted with care and with a variety of tastes and  textures made by the expert hands of KATSUMA, a 100% green company that believes in quality food and sustainability.  https://www.katsumajapanese.co.uk/

Transport

By Bus:All major bus lines going from/to Elephant & Castle

By Tube:Elephant & Castle tube

By Train:Elephant & Castle train station

Accessibility

Access for wheelchair usersAccess for wheelchair users

Adapted toiletAdapted toilet

Assistance dogAssistance dogs welcome

If steps outside no more than 3If steps outside no more than 3

Level access toiletLevel access toilet

Positive about disabledPositive about disabled people