The Tokyo International Film Festival will undergo a major gear change as it relocates its main venue from Roppongi to the Hibiya, Ginza, and Yurakucho area, invites new programmers, and reorganizes its sections. In the face of the devastating effects the industry has suffered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Festival will center this year's edition around physical screenings with the following objectives in mind:
1. to envision post-pandemic possibilities for cinema
2. to further enhance the international character of the Festival
3. to actively address SDGs such as gender equality and climate action
With the above objectives in mind, this year's festival will advocate "transcending borders" as one of its main themes. Borders and divides take many forms in today's world — communication breakdowns caused by the pandemic, gender discrimination, economic disparity, international conflict — but it is the Festival's hope that participants may get a glimpse of what the future of cinema may hold when it transcends these barriers and braves its path towards a bright future.
34th TIFF's Visuals
Visual Supervisor: Koshino Junko
he image of an alluring woman repelling even COVID-19 and moving forward into the wind — I think that's the vision of this edition of TIFF in a way. So I created the image of heading into the wind, which is not logical, but something that you can grasp as soon as you see it.
Photo: Ito Akinori (aosora)
|34th Tokyo International Film Festival
|UNIJAPAN (34th Tokyo International Film Festival Executive Committee)
|Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
The Japan Foundation Asia Center (Film Culture Exchange Projects between Japan and Asian countries)
Tokyo Metropolitan Government (Competition section and Youth section)
|October 30 (Sat) – November 8 (Mon), 2021 (10 days)
|Cine Switch Ginza, Kadokawa Cinema Yurakucho, TOHO Cinemas Chanter, Humantrust Cinema Yurakucho, Yurakucho Yomiuri Hall, Hibiya Step Square, Tokyo International Forum, TOHO Cinemas Hibiya and other venues in Tokyo
|Presented under the
|Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications / Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Japan Tourism Agency / Chuo City / Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) / National Film Archive of Japan / Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) / The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry / Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan, Inc. / Federation of Japanese Films Industry, Inc. / Foreign Film Importer - Distributors Association of Japan / Motion Picture Association (MPA) / Japan Association of Theatre Owners / Tokyo Association of Theater Owners / Visual Industry Promotion Organization (VIPO) / Japan Video Software Association (JVA) / Kadokawa Culture Promotion Foundation / Digital Content Association of Japan / Association of Media in Digital
|Agency for Cultural Affairs
|Coca-Cola (Japan) Co., Ltd.
Amazon Prime Video
|MITSUI FUDOSAN CO.,LTD.
TAKARA BELMONT CORPORATION
|Daiwa Securities Group / Aim Universe Co., Ltd. /
BANDAI NAMCO Holdings Inc. / HYATT REGENCY TOKYO BAY
|Shochiku Co.,Ltd. / TOHO CO.,LTD. / TOEI COMPANY, LTD. /
KADOKAWA CORPORATION / NIKKATSU CORPORATION / CINEMA & STAGE CULTURE ASSOCIATION /
Hibiya Area Management Association / Tokyo Midtown Management Co., Ltd.
|ICheck Co., Ltd.
|J-WAVE, Inc. / WOWOW INC. /
JAPANESE MOVIE CHANNEL / The Wall Street Journal /
LINE Corporation / TSUMIKI INC. / MOVIE WALKER Co., Ltd. /
PIA Corporation / Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.
|Imagica Entertainment Media Services, Inc. / NISHIO RENT ALL CO., LTD. /
TMS ENTERTAINMENT CO., LTD. / NINKI INC. /
CLARA ONLINE, Inc. / Rentceiver Co.,Ltd. /
Getty Images, Inc.
UNIJAPAN is a non-profit organization established in 1957 by the Japanese film industry under the auspice of the Government of Japan ( the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), for the purpose of promoting Japanese cinema abroad.
And we joined hands with the organizer of Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF), forming a new organization.
Those results we became Japan Association for International Promotion of the Moving Image,called 'UNIJAPAN'.
For more details : http://unijapan.org/english/about/
|CoFesta （JAPAN INTERNATIONAL CONTENTS FESTIVAL）
|Various cities in Japan
|CoFesta Executive Committee
CoFesta, the Japan International Contents Festival, is a project designed to enhance the promotional capabilities of events related to Japan’s distinctive gaming, anime, manga, characters, broadcasting, music, movies, and other content industries, as well as events in content-related industries such as fashion and design, so that these events can more effectively reach international audiences.
For more information;