16 year old Mikito Shimokura, who played the lead role in his first attempt at acting, took the stage and recalled, “I couldn’t imagine this happening when the director talked to me.”
Ainu Mosir be on Netflix on November 17 and play theatrically in select cities throughout the month.
“Grateful to work with Ava again to bring this movie into the world,” says director Fukunaga.
Japanese theatrical release is starts on 10/17.
If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out and please leave a comment!
Ainu Mosir wins Best Film in the International Feature Competition at the Arafat Film Festival in Mexico!
“Huge thanks and congrats to the entire cast and crew! Thank you to all the wonderful performers and staff. Congratulations!”
— director Takeshi Fukunaga
Very proud and excited to be an official selection of the 2020 Marthas Vineyard African American Film Festival, October 6th-20th, steaming on Facebook and in-person screenings in Denver CO. The Mark starts Catherine Curtin, Kana Hatakeyama and Maho Honda.
Ainu Mosir is selected for the international feature section at Guanajuato Int ‘ Film Festival. The screening dates are 9/21 and 9/26.
Ainu Mossi has also been selected as the international long-Length division of the Mexican Arafat Film Festival, which will be held this month. Screening date will be 9/21 and 9/26.
The second feature, Ainu Mosir, by director Takeshi Fukunaga is set to be released in theaters in Japan from Oct 17th.
Unfortunately, because of COVID, we won’t get the experience of an in-person LA Premiere. LA Shorts Fest, like many others, is transitioning to an online event this year.
There’s still time to check out our short film #TheMark streaming now through Aug. 30th in the Emerging Directors Showcase at American Black Film Festival!! Check it out! And if you like it, please vote for us as the Fan Favorite (votes due by Aug. 29)!!