The EP of music tracks Clarice Jensen composed for ‘Ainu Mosir’ is now released! It’s available on platforms Bandcamp and Spotify. Bandcamp https://claricejensen.bandcamp.com/album/ainu-mosir Spotify Ainu Mosir https://open.spotify.com/album/4r34hXeOaPn7lvkYzj82I6
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Tokyo’s opening weekend of AINU MOSIR was a great turnout! Director Takeshi Fukunaga was happy to be there with the amazing cast. 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.”
Our co-production of Takeshi Fukunaga’s second feature, Ainu Mosir, will be released in North America by Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY! 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 […]
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
The second feature, Ainu Mosir, by director Takeshi Fukunaga is set to be released in theaters in Japan from Oct 17th. We are grateful, excited and proud to have helped produce Fukunaga’s wonderful new film!
“Ainu Mosir” is nominated in the International New Talent Competition, Taipei Film Festival 2020 !
“My second feature film, Ainu Mosir won Special Jury Mention in International Narrative Competition at Tribeca! I never knew the actual meaning of this award before, but the artistic director of the festival told us that we were close to win the best film but got the second place in the end, so that’s what […]
Ainu Mosir wins Special Jury Mention in International Narrative Competition at Tribeca Film Festival 2020! Congrats to director Takeshi Fukunaga and the entire cast and crew! The annual festival was postponed, but juries still chose top films across categories, including narrative, documentary, and shorts.