“Ichimai no Hagaki” takes grand prize in 66th Mainichi Film Awards

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The winners of the 66th Mainichi Film Awards were announced on Tuesday. “Ichimai no Hagaki,” the final film to be directed by 99-year-old filmmaker Shindo Kaneto, earned the Grand Prize, and Moriyama Mirai (27) and Koizumi Kyoko (45) received the honors of Best Actor and Best Actress.

Grand Prize: Ichimai no Hagaki (Shindo Kaneto)
Best Film: Saudade (Tomita Katsuya)
Best Foreign Film: The King’s Speech (Tom Hooper)
Best Director: Tomita Katsuya (Saudade)
Best Screenplay: Shindo Kaneto (Ichimai no Hagaki)
Best Actor: Moriyama Mirai (Moteki)
Best Actress: Koizumi Kyoko (Mainichi Kaasan)
Best Supporting Actor: Denden (Tsumetai Nettaigyo)
Best Supporting Actress: Nagasaku Hiromi (Youkame no Semi)
Sponichi Grand Prix Newcomer Award: Sometani Shota (Usotsuki Mi-kun to Kowareta Ma-chan)
Sponichi Grand Prix Newcomer Award: Kutsuna Shiori (My Back Page)
Kinuyo Tanaka Award: Okusu Michiyo
Best Cinematography: Kita Nobuyasu (Ichimei)
Best Art Direction: Kanakatsu Hirokazu (Ichimai no Hagaki)
Best Music: Hayashi Hikaru (Ichimai no Hagaki)
Best Sound: Ozaki Satoshi (Ichimai no Hagaki)
Best Animated Film: Hotarubi no Mori e (Omori Takahiro)
Ofuji Noburo Award: 663114 (Hirabayashi Isamu)
Best Documentary: Shoji to Takao (Ide Yoko)
Tsutaya Fan Award (Domestic Film): Suteki na Kanashibari (Mitani Koki)
Tsutaya Fan Award (Foreign Film): Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows – Part 2 (David Yates)
Special Award: title designer Akamatsu Hikozo

The official awards ceremony will be held in Kawasaki on February 13.

Sources:
Oricon
Mantan Web

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