|Directed by||Sachi Hamano|
|Written by||Kuninori Yamazaki|
|Music by||Shigemi Yoshioka|
|Edited by||Naoki Kaneko|
|Distributed by||Tantan-sha Company|
|26 August 2001|
Lily Festival (百合祭 Yurisai) is a 2001 Japanese movie directed by Sachi Hamano, based on the novel Yurisai by Houko Momotani. The film focuses on the sexuality of older women and won the Jury Prize for "Best Feature - Lesbian" at the Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.
Cast and characters
- Kazuko Yoshiyuki as Rie Miyano
- Mickey Curtis as Terujiro Miyoshi
- Utae Shoji as Umeka Mariko
- Kazuko Shirakawa as Renako Yokota
- Sanae Nakahara as Teruko Satoyama
- Sachiko Hara as Atsuko Namiki
- "The Cricket Girl (English): About the Director: Sachi Hamano". Tantan-sha Ltd. Retrieved October 15, 2010.
- Smith, Claiborne (July 28, 2003). "Philadelphia Gay Fest Draws Record Number of Attendees". IndieWire. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
- Sloan, Jane (2007). "Filmography: Feature Films on the Subject of Women Since 1960". Reel Women: An International Directory of Contemporary Feature Films About Women (1st ed.). Scarecrow Press. p. 148. ISBN 978-0-8108-5738-4.
- Official website (in Japanese)
- Yurisai at British Film Institute
- Lily Festival on IMDb
- Lily Festival at Japanese Film Database
- 百合祭 at the Japanese Movie Database (in Japanese)
- Lily Festival at AllMovie
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