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  • Naomi Kawase - IMDb

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    Naomi Kawase, Director: An. Naomi Kawase was born on May 30, 1969 in Nara, Japan. She is a director and writer, known for Sweet Bean (2015), Futatsume no mado (2014 ...

  • Naomi Kawase - Wikipedia

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    Naomi Kawase (河瀨直美?, Kawase Naomi, born May 30, 1969) is a Japanese film director. She was also known as Naomi Sento (仙頭直美?, Sentō Naomi), with her ...

  • Naomi KAWASE | KUMIE Inc.

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    Naomi KAWASE. Filmmaker based in Nara, Japan. Born and raised in Nara, KAWASE graduated from Visual Arts Osaka in 1989. Her films, ‘Embracing’ and ‘KATATSUMORI

  • Naomi Kawase | Japanese film director | Britannica.com

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    Naomi Kawase: May 30, 1969 Nara, Japan Japanese film director who was the youngest person to win the Caméra d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, for her film Moe no ...

  • Sweet Bean (2015) - IMDb

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    Directed by Naomi Kawase. With Kirin Kiki, Masatoshi Nagase, Kyara Uchida, Miki Mizuno. The manager of a pancake stall finds himself confronted with an odd but ...

  • Naomi Kawase - broom03.revolvy.com

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    Naomi Kawase (河瀨直美 Kawase Naomi, born May 30, 1969) is a Japanese film director. She was also known as Naomi Sento (仙頭直美 Sentō Naomi), with her then ...

  • An review - Naomi Kawase's dessert-filled film is too ...

    https://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/may/14/an-review-naomi...

    T he consistency and seriousness of film-making as practised by Japanese director Naomi Kawase has always been respected in Cannes, where her work is often featured ...

  • Hanezu - Wikipedia

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    Hanezu (Japanese: 朱花の月, translit. Hanezu no tsuki) is 2011 Japanese drama film directed by Naomi Kawase, based on a novel by Masako Bando.

  • Naomi KAWASE - Festival de Cannes 2017

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    Biography “Films enrich people’s lives, and their worlds inspire new possibilities. It is a little over 100 years since the advent of films, and their potential ...

  • ‘An’ Review: Naomi Kawase’s Accessibly Sweet Ode to Life ...

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    Naomi Kawase’s filmmaking has thus far existed in a kind of prestigious limbo: Though beloved of festival selectors, particularly those at Cannes, even her most ...

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