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“And so we put goldfish in the pool.” / Short movie
Why did four junior high-school girls throw goldfish in a pool?
Based on real events which happened in Sayama city, Saitama, Japan.
2017 Sundance Film Festival Official Selection.
“Parallel Sign” LAMA / Music Video
LAMA is a new band by SUPERCAR’s Koji Nakamura/Miki Furukawa and NUMBER GIRL‘s Hisako Tabuchi.
This is their music video, filmed entirely on location in Indonesia.
Based on about 100 scenes which I had previously thought up, we went along with the atmosphere on set.
It includes samples from some of my influences, such as Nejishiki, Thomas the Tank Engine and Juzo Itami’s films.
“MUSCLE STEP” NATURE DANGER GANG / Music Video
NDG is my favourite band in the world. This is a solo piece by Harutaro, one of the main MCs.
We did some project mapping on Mr. Kuroda, a porn star’s chest, made Harutaro’s torso huge through CG and got him to destroy Tokyo.
We went wild.
“THE POWER MASK” lululun plus (skincare) / Commercial Film
Filmed in New York. It powerfully portrays 10 colourful scenes.
The back story: the girl fell in love and her hair turned pink!
“A Song of Women” calbee( fruits chips) / Commercial Film
Women and strong and melancholic creatures.
We made four strong, melancholic stories which we put to a melody.
We used traditional animation techniques to create a retro feel.
This project won the Osaka Copywriter’s New Face Award.
“Have you seen Gochan?” Gochan from Okinawa / Commercial Film
We created a new character, Gochan by combining two of Okinawa’s specialities: goya (bitter mellon) and Shisa (a mythological creature).
This is trailer for it, but the character itself never appears.
The illustrations are by Isamu Gakiya, who is from Okinawa.
“Gochan-Goya-Chinsuko” / Commercial Film
CHINSUKO is japanese cookie! Guys who whach with 80-inchese, I'm jealous!
director:Makoto Nagahisa song:Makoto Nagahisa
“ Reconstruction CG ” T.M.Revolution 2020 / Commercial Film
A trailer video for T.M.Revolution’s Best Of album.
I’d been tempted by accident reconstruction videos, so I used the occasion to try the technique out.
It turns out you can calmly reconstruct both normal and abnormal events; it’s insane.
Born in 1984. Raised in Koenji, Tokyo.
Worked on numerous advertising campaigns and commercials as part of an advertising agency. Studied French Literature in Aoyama Gakuin University.
Influences include Juzo Itami, Nagisa Oshima, Gil Evans and Boris Vian.
Has long hair, which he wears braided on formal occasions.
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