Shinozaki Makoto

SHINOZAKI Makoto (1963, Tokyo) started by making 8mm films in secondary school, studied Psychology at the University of Rikkyo and worked as a projectionist in a film theatre in Tokyo. He has written film reviews and published interviews with Kitano Takeshi, Abbas Kiarostami and Quentin Tarantino. His feature debut was Okaeri (1995). He has made eleven fiction films since then.

Filmography

Nobody Home (1990, short), Okaeri (1995), Jam Session - Kikujiro no natsu koshiki kaizokuban/Jam Session (1999), Wasurerarenu Hitobito/Not Forgotten (2000), Asakusa Kid (2002), Inu to arukeba: Chirori to Tamura/Walking with the Dog (2004), Rusuban bideo (2004, short), 0093: Joôheika no Kusakari Masao (2007), Tengoku no sûpu (2008, TV), Kaidan shin mimibukuro hyaku monogatari (2010, TV, co-dir), Kaidan shin mimibukuro: Kaiki/Kaiki: Tales of Terror from Tokyo (2010), Tôkyô-jima/Tokyo Island (2010), Shine! Shine! Shinema/Die! Directors, Die! (2011), L’archivio a oriente (2012, doc, co-dir), Arekara/Since Then (2012), Sharing (2014)

Shinozaki Makoto op IFFR