Story of famed Japanese actress Kinuyo Tanaka, with an emphasis on her working relationship with director Kenji Mizoguchi.
Ogawa Production Staff, who moved to Makinomura in Yamagata Prefecture, looks at sericulture, sericulture labor, agriculture ... Let's listen to people's words and stare for the sake of staring ...
Student film and first feature by director Kiyotaka Taguchi. A giant monster invades Japan sending everyone into a panic. The military efforts are useless until a giant robot appears to save humanity. Blends tokusatsu practical FX with CG for an impressive debut.
Nagisa Oshima interviews Akira Kurosawa, leading him to share his thoughts about filmmaking, his life and works, and numerous anecdotes relating to his films and his various film activities.
In old Japan, the legend of the ninja lives on in Watari, the Ninja Boy, a motion picture like no other. This is the story of a young boy with almost mystical powers. His skills in ninjutsu are beyond the imagination as he infiltrates the rival Iga clan to expose their evil leader.
As a family goes on with their day, the shadows on their walls lead a completely different life.
Japanese erotic movie about people having sex in a cinema.
Originally made for the 100 Feet Film Festival hosted by Image Forum. However, to test the limits, Terayama Shūji willfully made use of 3 projectors to project 300 feet of film at the same time.
A political film written by statesman Shimpei Goto advocating for universal suffrage.
Keita, Whisper, Jibanyan, Inaho, Usapyon, and all of their Yo-kai friends embark on five unique adventures that all end up tied together in the end.
A Documentary in 10 parts covering the film making of Kurosawa around the theme of making the perfect movie or as he says: A Beautiful Movie.
Go! Princess Pretty Cure: Go! Go!! Gouka Sanbon Date!!! is the 19th movie produced by Toei Animation. The movie was released in Japanese cinemas on October 31, 2015.
A B&W film is projected onto a wall. Blue paint starts to issue from the projected image, until the room is filled with paint and the distinction between room, image and seascape is lost, to dizzying effect. The relationship between the projected image and its painted representation, the negative and positive space within the projected film and the room in which the film is projected shifts constantly throughout the film like the infinite variations of waves in the sea.
On Tamagotchi planet, Mametchi has just finished his new creation. But on its first trial run, the mischievous Kuchipatchi manages to throw the machine's aim off course, which results in a child from Earth, Tampopo, being transported to the Tamagotchi Planet.
This film was directed by a member of the Ogawa collective, Fukuda Katsuhiko, while they were finishing the documentary Sanrizuka: Heta Village. Fukuda left the collective after this film and continued making documentaries in the village of Heta. Credit: ICA London
“Making of” Hana to hebi 2: Pari/Shizuko (2005).
The 50 years old long-running legendary stageplay comes to big screen in 29 March 2019. Produced by Johnny Kitagawa himself, starring future stars Jesse, Kyomoto Taiga, Kouchi Yugo, Matsumura Hokuto, Morimoto Shintaro, Tanaka Juri (of group SixTONES), and more than hundred of Johnny's Juniors.