Skip to main content

Shiko Munakata, Master of Wood-Block Print

Japan, 1975 (MIFF 1976)

Director: Takeo Yanagawa

A film about the internationally acclaimed wood-block artist, Shiko Munakata, and his work.

See also...

Bursting Population

In an overpopulated world of the future, murder becomes a legally and morally accepted welfare activity. ... More »

The Motion Picture

An experimental film probing the problem of time. ... More »

Phenakistiscope

A cartoon-kaleidoscope, created with pre-movie techniques. ... More »

BOKUNCHI – MY HOUSE

Two young brothers, Nita and Itta, live in a derelict town on a small Japanese island populated by an eccentric bunch of characters. One day, out of the blue, their mother returns with Kanoko, a ... More »

A MAN VANISHES

“A highly original blend of documentary and fiction techniques (and a worthy precursor to Kiarostami and Makhmalbaf's later experiments).” - Senses of Cinema Making his first venture into ... More »

SAD VACATION

“A powerful tale of quasi-biblical cycles of sin, atonement and redemption… a work of pristine beauty.” - Hollywood Reporter ... Sad Vacation concludes filmmaker Shinji Aoyama's ‘North ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director