Pia Film Festival 2018, Odawara Film Festival 2018, Shimokitazawa Film Festival 2018, Nasu Short Film Festival 2018
PFF General Incorporated Association
Since earliest childhood, Shinji always wanted to be a mangaka — a comic artist. His weird friend Masaru just wanted to have fun. Mashing up live-action with a myriad of animated approaches, A JAPANESE BOY WHO DRAWS offers an inspired exercise in innovative visual narrative. The dizzying pageant of Shinji’s evolving craft culminates in a poignant reflection on dreams, disillusionment, and the true essence of art. – Rupert Bottenberg
A new teacher takes Eun-hee under her wing and teaches her to raise her head to finally be respected. Filmmaker Kim Bora has just taken her place among Korean film stars with the masterpiece HOUSE OF HUMMI...
Beautiful Chiwawa’s incessant desire for attention eventually got the better of her. From Ken Ninomiya (THE LIMIT OF SLEEPING BEAUTY), a feast for the senses that, like its title character, will surely fas...
The only constant in life is change, even for elderly Daikichi and his friends — human and otherwise — on a small, idyllic island far from Tokyo. A light-hearted, sweet-natured slice-of-life dramedy, loade...