Steven Okazaki

Steven Okazaki (1952, Venice, California) lives in Berkeley and has a small film-production company in Los Angeles. He has made children's films, documentaries and (independent) features. He made his début in 1982 with Survivors, a documentary about surviving the atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. With Living on Tokyo Time (1987) he tried his hand at the genre of the low-budget comedy. His short documentary Days of Waiting won an Oscar in 1991.


Survivors (1982), Unfinished Business (1985), Living On Tokyo Time (1987), Days of Waiting (1991, short), Troubled Paradise (1992), The Lisa Theory (1993).