Takashi Koizumi (小泉堯史 Koizumi Takashi) (born November 6, 1944 in Mito) is a Japanese film director. After graduating from Waseda University, he served as an assistant director for Akira Kurosawa for many years. He has received four nominations and four wins.
Filmography as Assistant DirectorEdit
Filmography as DirectorEdit
- AFI Fest 1999:
- Grand Jury Prize for After the Rain
- Award of the Japanese Academy 2001:
- Best Director for After the Rain
- Award of the Japanese Academy 2003:
- Venice International Film Festival 1999:
- CinemAwenire Award in Best Film on the Relationship of Man-Nature for After the Rain
- São Paulo International Film Festival 1999:
- Mostra Special Award for After the Rain
- Portland International Film Festival 2001:
- Audience Award for Best First Film: After the Rain
- 27th Fajr International Film Festival 2009 (Eastern Vista section):
- Best Screenplay for Best Wishes for Tomorrow
- "小泉堯史 上田正治 第1回 黒澤明に教わったとは言うものの、正確には黒澤さんには誰も何も教わっていないんです". 現代ビジネス. Retrieved 7 November 2020.
- "峠 最後のサムライ". eiga.com. Retrieved February 22, 2021.