Please join the Japanese Program for a screening of the wonderful film Time Scoop Hunter featuring subtitles by students in the UWM Japanese Program. Based on the television show of the same name, Time Scoop Hunter centers around a team of time traveling journalists who uncover the mystery of how medieval warlord Oda Nobunaga’s Azuchi Castle was actually destroyed. If you miss this film, you’ll never know what really happened! Details are below and on our website.
Film: Time Scoop Hunter (タイムスクープハンター)
Date: May 9, 2022
Location: Curtain Hall 104
Free and open to the public
This screening is the final film in a semester-long series showcasing the work of students in the Japanese Program course Japan 361: Translating Japanese Media. In the course, students work in teams to subtitle feature length Japanese films that are not commercially available in the US and do not have commercially available English subtitles. This series will feature one new film per month, so watch your inbox and the Japanese Program website for details on the rest of these wonderful films!
February: Tonde Saitama 飛んで埼玉
March: Thermae Romae テルマエ・ロマエ
April: Kohi ga samenai uchi ni コーヒーが冷めないうちに
May: Time Scoop Hunter タイムスクープハンター
Come enjoy fabulous films and celebrate the amazing work of students in the Japanese Program!