1. A Film by Yuki Kawamura
    Japan, France, 2012, 12min, HD , Color, Documentary

    SYNOPSIS
    Four months after the 2011 tsunami, a series of pan shots reveals the extent of the disaster on the Japan’s Pacific Coast in the Tohoku region.

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  2. A Film by Yuki Kawamura
    Japan, France, 2009, 36min, HD , Color, Documentary

    SYNOPSIS
    The grandmother of filmmaker Yuki Kawamura dies after spending fifty days in a coma; with the whole family
    we accompany her through this journey. It is an opportunity for each and everyone to reflect upon mourning,
    and beyond that, upon life, its multiple forms, its disappearance as well as its inexhaustible resources, and
    the signs of its infinite diversity. Life’s beauty is in water, mist and foam, in lichens and trees, in this grandmother’s dying face, and in her family’s care, affection and joking, in her children’s every word, every breath.

    FESTIVAL & SCREENING
    Cinémathèque Québècoise 2011
    Cinéma du Réel 2010
    Indie Lisboa Film Festival 2010
    World Film Festival of Bangkok 2010
    Shinsedai Cinema Festival 2010
    Montreal World Film Festival 2009
    Torino International Film Festival 2009

    AWARD
    Short Film Award
    Cinéma du Réel 2010

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  3. A Film by Yuki Kawamura
    Japan, France, 2008, 37min, Digi-Beta , Color, Fiction

    SYNOPSIS
    A young Japanese family is confronted with their mother’s illness. This impressive short film shows us in deeply symbolic images how Yu and his father deal with the possibility of death, and how it affects a small child's vision of life.

    FESTIVAL & SCREENING
    Cinémathèque Québècoise 2011
    Shinsedai Cinema Festival 2010
    Internatonal Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2008
    International Film Festival Curtas Vila do Condo 2008
    Warsaw International Film Festival 2008
    Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris 2008

    AWARD
    Ecumenical Jury Prize
    Internatonal Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2008

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  4. A Film by Yuki Kawamura
    Japan, France, 2012, 12min, HD , Color, Documentary

    SYNOPSIS

    Four months after the 2011 tsunami, a series of pan shots reveals the extent of the disaster on the Japan’s Pacific Coast in the Tohoku region.

    Uploaded
  5. A Film by Yuki Kawamura
    Japan, France, 2009, 36min, HD , Color, Documentary

    SYNOPSIS

    The grandmother of filmmaker Yuki Kawamura dies after spending fifty days in a coma; with the whole family we accompany her through this journey. It is an opportunity for each and everyone to reflect upon mourning, and beyond that, upon life, its multiple forms, its disappearance as well as its inexhaustible resources, and the signs of its infinite diversity. Life’s beauty is in water, mist and foam, in lichens and trees, in this grandmother’s dying face, and in her family’s care, affection and joking, in her children’s every word, every breath.

    FESTIVAL & SCREENING

    Cinémathèque Québècoise 2011
    Cinéma du Réel 2010
    Indie Lisboa Film Festival 2010
    World Film Festival of Bangkok 2010
    Shinsedai Cinema Festival 2010
    Montreal World Film Festival 2009
    Torino International Film Festival 2009

    AWARD

    Short Film Award
    Cinéma du Réel 2010

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