Tokyo International Film Festival

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Tokyo International Film Festival to open with 'A Star Is Born'

Festival will close with Godzilla: The Planet Eater, the final entry in the animated Godzilla trilogy.

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Tokyo Film Festival's Crosscut Asia to focus on music-themed films

Highlights include Filipino auteur Lav Diaz’ rock opera Season Of The Devil, which premiered at Berlin.

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Tokyo Film Festival announces Koji Yakusho, Masaaki Yuasa retrospectives

Japanese actor Yakusho’s work includes 1997 Palme d’Or winner The Eel.

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Filmart: Nicholas Saputra to star in second 'Asian Three-Fold Mirror' omnibus

The Indonesian actor will star in all three episodes.

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Crosscut Asia puts focus on rising Southeast Asian talent

Brillante Mendoza joins Kirsten Tan, HF Yambao and BW Purba Negara at Tokyo film festival symposium.

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Takahisa Zeze on his Tokyo contender 'The Lowlife'

Japanese filmmaker Takahisa Zeze is playing in Competition at TIFF with The Lowlife, which explores the world of adult-video actresses.

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Director Keiichi Hara on his career and Japan's animation industry

TIFF’s organisers have this year selected Keiichi Hara as the subject of the festival’s popular animation focus.


Japan, China reveal negotiations underway for co-production treaty

The two countries unveiled further cooperation at the Tokyo International Film Festival.

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Japanese talent, China co-pro in the spotlight at Tokyo Film Festival opening

A rare China-Japan co-production was among the highlights at the 2017 TIFF opening.


TIFFCOM: Japanese filmmakers start to venture overseas

Japanese directors Koji Fukada, Isshin Inudo and Daishi Matsunaga share experiences of shooting outside Japan on Screen-moderated TIFFCOM panel.

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Tokyo Film Festival 2017 preview: Soderbergh, Al Gore and 'Fullmetal Alchemist'

For its 30th anniversary year, new director Takeo Hisamatsu is looking to make an impression; plus Screen hosts co-production panel.



'Crater': Tokyo Review

A poignant slice of neo-realism by Italian documentarians turned debut feature helmers Silvia Luzi and Luca Bellino.

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'Of Love & Law': Tokyo Review

Hikaru Toda’s eye-opening documentary examines Japanese culture through the experiences of a gay couple


'Sveta': Tokyo Review

A deaf mute woman is pushed to extreme action to save her Kazakhstan home

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'The Looming Storm': Tokyo Review

This atmospheric Chinese procedural proves to be an immersive tempest

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'Goodbye, Grandpa!': Tokyo Review

The death of their elderly matriarch forces a reluctant Japanese family together