Skip City presents anniversary lineup
Five Asian films compete in feature competition
Five Asian films compete at Skip City
Japanese festival merges feature film competitions
Skip City rewards film about Rwandan genocide
Festival to help distribute Japanese winner Don't Stop.
Skip City rebounds in October
Digital festival announces competition titles
Man Who Came claims Skip City crown
Digital festival wraps in Saitama
Skip City unveils line-up
Digital festival readies competition, galas
Skip City starts countdown
Digital festival sets dates
Skip City does not miss a beat
By Patrick Frater
Thu, 05 January 2012, 14:14 PM (HKT)
Japan's Skip City International D-Cinema Festival ＳＫＩＰシティ国際Ｄシネマ映画祭 will return to its traditional July slot after last year shifting to October as a reaction to the earlier earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown.
The festival says it will run for 9 days from 14-22 Jul 2012 and operate its familiar feature and short film competitions for digital films. Deadline for submissions is 1 Mar 2012.
In October the 8th edition of the festival awarded its ¥1.5 million ($19,400) Grand Prize to Rwandan film Kinyarwanda, directed by Alrick Brown.