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Daihachi Yoshida‘s The Scythian Lamb Takumi Saitoh‘s blank 13 Masato Harada for Sekigahara June 28th – at our closing night screening and reception – we announced the award winners for our 2018 edition. We thank all the great filmmakers … Continue reading
GUESTS INCLUDE SOME OF JAPAN’S TOP ACTORS, DIRECTORS AND EVEN A NOBEL PEACE PRIZE RECIPIENT! Some highlights of the 2018 Japanese Film Festival include: Japanese superstar actor and filmmaker TAKUMI SAITOH’s acclaimed feature directorial debut BLANK 13 makes its Canadian … Continue reading
TORONTO JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT AND KOBAYASHI AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD The Toronto Japanese Film Festival’s closing night brought out a beyond-capacity crowd of 560 to see the North American premiere of Yoshihiro Nakamura’s delightful MUMON – THE LAND OF … Continue reading
ANNOUNCING OUR FESTIVAL AWARD WINNERS IN THIS CORNER OF THE WORLD to be given top honors at the 6th annual Toronto Japanese Film Festival on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Yoshihiro Nakamura to be recognized with the Special Director’s Award for … Continue reading
TORONTO JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES NEW FILMS AND GUESTS – EXPANDS SCHEDULE The Toronto Japanese Film Festival 2017 is pleased to announce that we will be expanding to accommodate additional films and guests. Our new dates are June 8- 28. … Continue reading
On March 30 the Toronto Japanese Film Festival announces its first round of films. Click here for more information. Additional films and guest to be announced shortly.
FLYING COLORS 「ビリギャル」 director Nobuhiro Doi and producer Atsushi Nasuda display their certificate for the Kobayashi Audience Choice Award at the 2016 Toronto Japanese Film Festival. We thank them for sharing their wonderful film!
TORONTO JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2016 AWARD WINNERS, WRAPS UP BIGGEST YEAR TO DATE The Toronto Japanese Film Festival is pleased to announce Mipo O’s BEING GOOD 「きみはいい子」is the recipient of our Grand Prize Jury Award for BEST FILM. The … Continue reading
The Toronto Japanese Film Festival is very excited to be welcoming three exceptional guests for this year’s festival. CELLIN GLUCK: DIRECTOR, PERSONA NON GRATA Born in Wakayama Prefecture in 1958, the eldest son of an American Jewish father and a … Continue reading