"Nise -- The Heart of Madness," Brazilian director Roberto Berliner's biopic about a crusading woman doctor, was awarded the Tokyo Grand Prix.
Tokyo International Film Festival
Takeshi Kitano was in an only mildly confrontational mood Tuesday for the Tokyo premiere of "Mozu,"
Are the days of flesh-and-blood actors numbered? Audiences at the Tokyo festival have a chance to form an opinion
Yoshiyuki Tomino, the 73-year-old creator of the "Mobile Suit Gundam" robot anime franchise, engaged in a rapid-fire exchange of ideas that hopscotched from an analysis of Tomino's enduringly popular…
Market numbers offer food for thought.
The six jurors gamely rose to the challenge of answering the inevitable question about the criteria used to pick the best film in Tokyo.
Festival kicks off with "The Walk', Bryan Singer avoids repeat of the talk.
Prisoner of war film was attacked by right wingers who persuaded Toho-Towa to give up on a release earlier this year.
"We no longer need Hollywood studios to tell Asian stories and take them to the world," was the message emerging from a Tokyo market debate.
Tokyo's film and TV market joined forces four years ago with affiliated music and animation fairs to create the Japan Content Showcase.
Filmmaker Robert Zemeckis was on duty to tub-thump "The Walk," which is set as the opening film of the Tokyo International Film festival.