Masato Harada, uno de los directores contemporáneos de mayor renombre en la cinematografía no sólo japonesa sino a nivel internacional, invitado de honor .
Masato Harada–Portrait of a filmmaker as historian
Zwick initially consulted Harada on casting Japanese actors for pivotal roles. Little did he know that he would end up acting in front of the camera, as well. “I had two screen tests,” he recalled. “The first time was terrible because my voice was
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INUGAMI is a very artfully done Japanese horror film that has little blood, but plenty to boggle the mind. The Bonomiya family hails from a long line of ancestors extending back thousands of years. All family members are bound by certain traditions that they must uphold. They have, for example, rejected the use of many modern conveniences. It is said that the women in the family are supposed to watch over evil spirits (inugami). If they do not, or use spirits for questionable purposes, the spirits go on a bloodthirsty rampage throughout the village. From this lineage has come Miki, a middle-aged, unmarried paper making artist who lives in the village where her family fled from Kyoto 900 years ago. The arrival of a young schoolteacher, Akira, sets off a chain of strange events. As Miki finds herself falling in love with Akira, she magically starts becoming younger. The Doi family (the Bonomiyas' rivals in a nearby village) is horrified by the sudden change in Miki, and starts to spread panic about the cursed Bonomiyas. This is a family drama, ghost story, and quasi vampire tale by one of Japan's most provocative directors. Formerly a journalist, director Masato Harada makes good use of his experience a sharp social critic. His films descry inhumane social values and outdated, dysfunctional family traditions that prevents individuals from reaching their potential and keep them forever spinning in circles.
The Toho Studios Story
Since its inception in 1933, Toho Co., Ltd., Japan's most famous movie production company and distributor, has produced and/or distributed some of the most notable films ever to come out of Asia, including Seven Samurai, Godzilla, When a Woman Ascends the Stairs, Kwaidan, Woman in the Dunes, Ran, Shall We Dance?, Ringu, and Spirited Away. While the western world often defines Toho by its iconic classics, which include the Godzilla franchise and many of the greatest films of the legendary director Akira Kurosawa and actor Toshiro Mifune, these pictures represent but a tiny fraction of Toho's rich history. The Toho Studios Story: A History and Complete Filmography provides a complete picture of every Toho feature the Japanese studio produced and released—as well as foreign films that it...
" was held on 18 September which was attended by the director Ohne Hitoshi and cast members Fukuyama Masaharu, Nikaidou Fumi, Yoshida Yo, Takito Kenichi and Lily Frankie. The movie which is based on the 1985 movie "Tousatsu 1/250 byo" directed by Harada Masato and due to be shown in cinemas from 1 October, features Fukuyama as a cameraman Toujou Shizuka who had his heyday but works for a tabloid now and gets teamed... About 800 fans came to attend the event where the director commented that the movie contains various elements such as action, showbiz scandals and sexiness and said that it is an interesting movie which is representative of Japan. As Fukuyama plays a paparazzi reporter in the movie, many of his lines were full of dirty jokes and he tried to add in things on his own which were not mentioned in the script. For example, there was a scene where he rubbed against Yoshida's body so he thanked her for being quick enough to respond to these last-minute changes to the scenes. In response, Yoshida praised Fukuyama for being a natural at saying those dirty jokes and even exclaimed that she was excited to meet him again since it had been a while since the filming ended. The dirty jokes phenomenon seemed to have spread among the cast members where Yoshida revealed that Lily Frankie actually brought adult toys which were in the shape of eggs to the set and gave them away as "presents" which the crew mistook as an... Nikaidou also chipped in that whenever there were scenes of women with nice figures, Lily Frankie would always be around for some reason. Ohne revealed that this is his most interesting movie to date and viewers can only see such a Fukuyama in this movie. To prepare for the filming, Fukuyama started to wear leather jackets one month before the filming started and he was never recognised by the public when he went out in the same image as Shizuka in the movie. There was once when Lily Frankie went out for a meal with Fukuyama on a day when they were filming and the latter suddenly suggested going to the Skytree which made Lily panic as this would probably cause a public disturbance. Surprisingly, nobody recognised Fukuyama and he even went to a nearby sports goods shop where the owner suggested to Fukuyama that he should go to become an actor since he looked very masculine. Somehow, this made Fukuyama a bit sad because he thought that since he had done a Taiga before, most people should have known who he was. As Fukuyama who is regarded as the No. 1 man who can't be caught by the paparazzi becomes the one chasing after celebrities in the movie, the staff went to tabloids such as FRIDAY and FLASH to learn from their editorial teams on how to tail people... In the end, Fukuyama developed a keen interest in knowing how the paparazzi works which could possibly come in handy in preventing them from catching him in future.
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