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Coyote & Road Runner versus Short Film Competition

While Coyote’s epic quest to capture the Road Runner capture a lot of attention on festival, Joann Sfar and Antoine Delesvaux's The Rabbi's Cat won the Feature Film Crystal at the Annecy Animation Film Festival on Saturday, The Cat was judged by many to be one of the most striking French animation debuts lately. A Japanese drama cartoon about a soul reborn in the body of a suicidal teenager, Colorful won The Best Asian Anime Award in a feature film competition. Moreover, another high-concept p...


Director: Tetsu Maeda.
‘Saru’ is Yataro Sarumaru (Hayato Ichihara), a talented young locksmith from a lower-town commercial district. He is, however, a complete fool when it comes to women. One day a girl who calls herself ‘Mayumi’ (Manami Higa) asks him to open the safe at a sports club, claiming she has amnesia and has forgotten its combination. Inside the safe is a briefcase full of money stolen the day before from a local bank. Knowing nothing about it, he takes the briefcase and finds himself with yakuza gangsters in hot pursuit. He has sworn to protect Mayumi, but now it appears that the police are after him, too. Who is this woman, anyway? What’s going to happen to him?

FAREAST Udine festival opens lid of Shin Toho Treasure box

The twelfth edition of FAREAST Film Festival has opened the lid of a treasure box containing vintage New films produced in the 50s and 60s, from the defunct SHIN-TOHO ("New Toho") film company, an off-shoot of the major TOHO-TOEI, created in 1947 to make genre films which the latter would distribute. The studio was one of six functioning during the Golden Age of Japanese cinema in the 1950's and employed some of the most famous directors like Akira Kurosawa, Kenji Mizoguchi, a...

Torino Film Festival full line up

the 27th Torino Film Festival Torino Grand Prix Starting this year, the Torino Film Festival presents Torino Grand Prix, an award which is given each year to filmmakers who, from the surfacing of the nouvelles vagues on, have helped renew the film language, create new aesthetic models and communicate the new trends that are the basis of the most interesting works of contemporary cinema. This year, the prize will be given to Emir Kusturica, for the inventiveness o...

Mipcom announces Mobile TV Award Winners

MIPCOM announces the winners of the MIPCOM Mobile & Internet TV Awards 2007. The international trophies were awarded earlier this evening in a packed auditorium at the 23rd annual MIPCOM (8 - 12 October, 2007, Palais des Festivals, Cannes). The winning titles were chosen by an international grand jury from a total of 32 nominated projects.Organised in partnership with Any Screen Productions, Marché du Film de Cannes & Short Film Corner, The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard, the MIPCOM Mobile & ...

La 13e édition du Festival Etoiles et Toiles d’Asie démarre à Lyon.

                            Comme chaque mois de novembre depuis 13 ans, les salles obscures lyonnaises vont changer de latitude pour migrer vers l'Asie. Du 6 au 11 novembre 2007, le Festival Cinémas et Cultures d'Asie ouvrira ses portes aux quatre coins de la ville et rayonnera en une quarantaine de lieux. De l'Inde au Japon en passant par la Chine, le...

Latest film of Japanase Director Sato to premiere at Montreal

YAMATO: THE LAST BATTLE at the MWFFThe epic Japanese film YAMATO: THE LAST BATTLE by director Junya Sato will have its international premiere at the 30th edition of the Montréal World Film Festival, which runs from August 24 to September 4, 2006, it was announced.Produced by Haruki Kadokawa for the Toei Studio, and starring Takashi Sorimachi, Shido Nakamura, Kyoda Susuki, Tetsuya Watari et Tatsuya Nakadai, the film recounts the last mission of the battleship Yamato during World War II. The larg...