Shorts Shorts Film Festival & Asia Presents: Autumn Screening 2017

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Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia (SSFF & ASIA), a qualifying film festival for the annual Academy Awards® and one of Asia’s largest international short film festivals, will hold “Autumn Screening 2017” (Co-organized by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government) in association with the 30th edition of the Tokyo International Film Festival. The event will be held over two venues: Andaz Tokyo and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography .
A total of 7 short film programs will be screened at this annual event aimed at spreading the word of short film and supporting up-and-coming filmmakers. The lineup includes SSFF & ASIA 2017 Grand Prix winner “Sugar and Spice”, shorts having their Japan premiere starring popular British actors, Ichizo Itami’s rare short debut “Rubber Band Pistol” and “Lies” by Naomi Kawase. Shorts by young rising Japanese directors such as Kentaro Hagiwara who directed his first feature film “Tokyo Ghoul”, and Daigo Matsui who has been directing various films and music videos, are also in the programs.
You can enjoy a selection of these in each of the free 90-minute programs. Other various events will be hosted, including a workshop for creators led by film director Kiyoshi Kurosawa on October 22(Sun).

Oct. 16 (Mon) to Oct. 18 (Wed) at Andaz Tokyo
Oct. 19 (Thu) to Oct. 22 (Sun) at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

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1. Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa talks about his mise-en-scène style.
Date and Time: October 22nd(Sun) at 15:00-17:00
Speaker: Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Film Director)
Location: Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

2. Branded Shorts Seminar
Date and Time: October 18th(Wed) 19:30-21:00(19:00 open)
Speaker: Takuma Takasaki (Executive Creative Director Dentsu Inc.)
Location: Andaz Tokyo Andaz Studio
*Japanese only.

*Please see the official website for details and information on registration.



from October 16, 2017 to October 22, 2017
Depends on the running time of films.



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