We kick off our film series inspired by “Ink and Gold: Art of the Kano" on Sunday, February 15, at 1:00 p.m. The first film is "Harakiri,” the story of a dishonored samurai on a quest to reclaim the honor of his former lord and dead kinsmen. It’s set in the early Edo period when Kano Tanyu led the Kano School of painting.

Image: film still from “Harakiri,” 1962, directed by Kobayashi Masaki (© Chizuru Takahashi/Tetsuro Sayama/GNDHDDT)