[Event Report] Awards Ceremony / The announcement of award winners eligible for nomination at the Academy Awards®!
REPORT: Cleaning the Omotesando street with the help of filmmakers: this year again!LiLiCo participates too
REPORT: Screening and Award Presentation of the "Kawagoe City Short Film Award" was held at Omotesando hills.
REPORT ”Imaginary Bullets” - A satirical portrayal of the absurdity of the adult world through children’s comedy.
Report: The short film “Snow for Water” depicts the daily struggles of civilians during the Bosnian War.
11:20 – 13:10 CG Animation Program 2
“Anacronte” Raul Koler (Director), Emiliano Sette (Director), Paola Vigorito (Producer)
13:30 – 15:20 Asia International & Japan 8
“No one but I know” Daisuke Kamijo (Director), Shoichi Ishikawa (Producer), Takato Nogami (Producer)
15:40 – 17:30 International 7
“Dead Nature” Juan Enrique Villarreal (Director)
“A Son Like Others” Antonio Sequeira (Director), Anastasiia Vorotniuk (Cinematographer), Anna Sybbotina
17:50 – 19:40 Asia International & Japan 9
“touch” Mi Ji Lee (Director), Youngseo Kim (Actress)
“ROBIN” qurata kenji (Director), Takashi Yuki (Producer), Yuuka Yano (Actress), Maki Kawanabe (Actress)
“natto” Kota Yoshida (Director), Manami Hashimoto (Actress), Ryo Ikeda (Actor)
“Tail End of the Year” Chieh Yang (Director)
11:20 – 13:10 Asia International & Japan 10
“MOON RABBIT” Kae Ho (Director) , Kawasaki Hiroko (Producer)
“Magician on the Roof” Xiao Hui Ma (Director) , Liang Ting Chen (Editor)
13:30 – 15:20 Non-Fiction Program supported by Yahoo Japan Corporation 1
“Little Miss Sumo” Matt Kay (Director), Hiyori Kon (Subject)
15:40 – 17:30 Asia International & Japan 11
“MAKHALISS” Koji Yamamoto (Director) , Ohta Yui (Actress), Kotomi Hirota (Actress)
“A Japanese Boy Who Draws” Masanao Kawajiri (Director)
SHORT SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL & ASIA 2019
"Cinematic Attitude" Having crossed the landmark of 20 successful years of this festival, the theme of our 21st edition marks a new start: Cinematic Attitude. This theme represents the diversity inherent to a film festival and universal power of cinema and moving images.
Nearly 10,000 films from over 120 countries and regions around the world were in the running, with the cream of the crop -- some 200 titles -- being selected to screen at the festival.
Traditional communication strategies become less effective in forming consumer engagement. As the way we communicate changes, an increasing number of companies are breaking into movie marketing. "Branded movies" are especially unique in that they are committed to produce value for consumers with the power of storytelling and entertainment while reflecting on a brand’s philosophies and ideas.