The great names in cinema
| 109 minutes | 2018
In the magical Toshino Mountains of Japan, the filmmaker of Still the Water brings together Jeanne, a French author, and Tomo, a local forest ranger. They search for a rare medicinal plant whose properties will allow humans to be deprived of spiritual anguish and weakness. Using an ethereal and sensual style where water, fauna and flora are incarnated both visually and audibly, Vision explores the powerful role of nature and the multiple possibilities of the experience.
1997“SUZAKU”, her 1st feature film won the Camera d’or at the Festival de Cannes. KAWASE became the youngest filmmaker to receive the award 2007 “MOGARI”, won the Grand Prix at the Festival de Cannes 2009. Received the Carrosse d’Or at the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes for her lifetime achievement2010“GENPIN”, won the FIPRESCI Prize at the 58th San Sebastian International Film Festival 2011 “HANEZU”, was invited as an Official Selection for the official competition at the Festival de Cannes 2012Retrospective of Naomi KAWASE at the Cinémathèque Francaise 2013Participated as a jury for the competition at the Festival de Cannes2014 “FUTATSU ME NO MADO”, was invited as an Official Selection for the official competition at the Festival de Cannes 2015“AN”, was the opening film of the Un Certain Regard (Film d'ouverture) at the Festival de Cannes 2016Served as a jury president for Cinefondation and short film competition at the Festival de Cannes 2017“Hikari” received the Ecumenical Jury awards at the Festival de Cannes
A protest film, musical saga and historical tragedy all in one, the new outing by the Filipino filmmaker follows a handful of characters –...
PHILIPPINES | 109 minutes | 2018
Through his portrait of a Japanese family trying to survive poverty through petty scams, the filmmaker behind Like Father, Like Son continues his...
JAPAN | 109 minutes | 2018
True to form, the legendary Danish director shocks and provokes in his portrait of Jack, a ruthless serial killer and intellectually-minded architect who...
DENMARK , France , Sweden , Germany | 109 minutes | 2018
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