Sho Miyake 三宅 唱
Born in 1984 Sapporo. Graduated Hitotsubashi University's Society Fraternity in 2009, after completing Fiction Course at the Movie Aesthetics School Elementary Course in 2007. After his highly acclaimed short story “Tongue of the Spy" filmed in 2009 winning the highest award in the 2009 fifth CO2 Opening Competition, Miyake produced and directed his first long-story film “Good For Nothing" in 2010 (work in furtherance with the sixth CO2 ). His most recent work “Playback" (2012) was officially screened at the 65th Locarno International Film Festival's International Competition section, and also won the 27th Takasaki Film Festival's Rising Director Grand Prix award. The same film marked a successful long run screening of ten weeks in Tokyo as well (mean time the film is on road show in various cities across the nation).
FILMOGRAPHY
1999
1999 (3min/Color)
2005
4 (17min/Color)
2006
Mime Lesson (10min/Color)
2008
Tongue of the Spy (15min/Color)
2010
Good For Nothing (76min/Black and White)
2012
Playback (113min/Black and White) Nominated at the 65th Locarno International Film Festival's International Competition section
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