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  • 23.06.2014

    Shin Su-won's dark classroom thriller PLUTO, which won the Crystal Bear Award for Best Film at the Berlin Film Festival, is now out on DVD & Blu-ray.

    A big hit at many film festivals,...

  • 11.06.2014

    Third Window Films are pleased to announce the acquisition of Tetsuya Nakashima's dark and violent mystery THE WORLD OF KANAKO from Wild Bunch.

    After working with Nakashima since the...

  • 23.05.2014

    Shin Su-won's award-winning Korean thriller PLUTO will play in UK Cinemas from June 6th.

    Winner of the Crystal Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival, PLUTO tells the tale of the lengths...

  • 15.04.2014

    The Story of Yonosuke, Shuichi Okita's follow-up to The Woodsman & the Rain is now out on DVD & Bluray!

    Winner of many international awards and widespread critical acclaim, our...

  • 04.04.2014

    Two of our latest horror releases from Japan: Takashi Miike's Lesson of Evil and Eiji Uchida's Greatful Dead will play at the Dead By Dawn Film Festival in Edinburgh from April 24th-27th.

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  • 04.04.2014

    This year's Ireland Japanese Film Festival will screen two Third Window Films: The Story of Yonosuke & Lesson of Evil, plus many other great Japanese films such as The Kirishima Thing,...

  • 04.04.2014

    One of the most highly acclaimed debuts from Japan in years, SHADY from Ryohei Watanabe is now out on DVD.

    With a microbudget of less than £10,000 from a first time 24 year old director,...

  • 26.02.2014

    Boomerang Family, the Korean black comedy from director Song Hae-Sung (Failan, Calla, Rikidozan) is now out on DVD!

    Closing film of the 2013 London Korean Film Festival, where it was a huge...

  • 01.02.2014

    Winner of the Audience Award at the famous Udine Far East Film Festival, Lee Won-suk's debut film HOW TO USE GUYS WITH SECRET TIPS is now out on DVD!

    This Korean film is a vibrant parody of...

  • 20.12.2013

    Third Window Films are pleased to announce the acquisition of 2 cult, but very different types of films from Japan. First off is the very well-known and big budget LESSON OF EVIL from Takashi...