If your film is selected, you must agree to withhold it from exploitation on all media in Japan until after the festival. *Asian countries are defined as: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China (Rep.
Films that have screened on the internet will NOT be considered Japanese premieres. of China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan), East Timor, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippine, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.
In 2004, SSFF received a request from the Governor of Tokyo to develop film programs showcasing Asian short films.
This led to the established of the Short Shorts Film Festival Asia. Production country will be determined by the festival committee based on the following criteria: director’s nationality, shooting location, language of the film, nationality of casts and source of funding.
Finance, Rule of Law and Development in Asia offers a contextualized approach to the economic and political realities within Asian financial markets, especially in these three different jurisdictions.
The volume adopts a comparative and precise account on the prospects and challenges in further developing these financial centres.
※ Applicants will be required to organize and submit all press materials necessary if the work is selected to screen. ※ Applicants are required to clear all rights necessary to screen works in the festival. The festival committee will determine the production country based on the following criteria: director’s nationality, shooting location, language of the film, nationality of casts and source of funding. The festival committee will determine the production date of your film based on the copyright year listed in the end credits. Examples) Films shot in and around Tokyo Films depicting locations or objects based on the image of “Tokyo” Films depicting Tokyo 100 years from now 2. Official Music Video only ※ Please ensure that works submitted are done so with the permission of the music label, artist and filmmaker. Production Year: The film must have been produced after June 1, 2016. You do not have to show the real Tokyo/shoot in Tokyo, however, as depictions can be based on your imagination or fiction. Note 1: Except Zojoji Temple, Sensoji Temple and Roppongi Hills Note 2: Please make sure to include “Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau” in the credits. Formats: All (Please note, however, that submissions must be sent on DVD or online secured screener and, if selected, filmmakers are required to provide an Apple Pro Res File, NTSC HDCAM, NTSC Digital Betacam, NTSC Betacam SP or DVCAM.) 2. (2) Materials available on the Tokyo Stock Footage website can be used for this competition for free!