The 14th Tokyo International Film Festival, featuring 140 movies from 24 countries and regions, starts Oct. 27 in Shibuya Ward.

Fourteen of the films will vie for the Tokyo Grand Prix and its cash prize of 5 million yen, according to organizers. A five-member international jury will also award six other prizes, including the Special Jury Prize, which pays 2 million yen.

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