A Japanese Village – Furuyashikimura

Nippon-koku Furuyashiki-mura

Japonská vesnice - Furujašikimura

  • Shinsuke Ogawa
  • Japan
  • 1982, 210 min
Photography: Masaki Tamura
Sound: Nobuyuki Kikuchi
Music: Ichiro Seki
Producer, Co-producer: Hiroo Fuseya
Color: Colour
Language: Japanese
Synopsis

While working on this film, the filmmaking team frequently adopted the methods of scientific documentary. The film’s first part is a painstaking study of the influence of cold weather on the harvest, but the later interviews with and ancient stories of the villagers create a tale of the modernization of Japanese society.

“The films that we shot collectively over the past seven or eight years aim to promote the rediscovery of the features of our natural landscape – rice, earth, water – and to present the stories sleeping in the hearts of the villagers.” S. Ogawa

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THE JAPAN FOUNDATION FILM LIBRARY / Mayu Honda / Mayu_Honda@jpf.go.jp / www.jpf.go.jp

 
Festival edition: 2017
Sections: Translucent Being: Shinsuke Ogawa
Premiere Type: Czech Premiere
Exhibition format: 16 mm
Subtitle languages: English
Screening:
26.10.2017Dukla Edison 11:00
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