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Hanako

Makoto Sato

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Hanako Imamura, who lives in Oyamazaki town in the southern tip of Kyoto Prefecture, creates "food art" using leftovers from dinner. This is the story of Hanako and the family that surrounds her.

【The Art of Food】
Hanako Imamura, who lives in Oyamazaki-cho in the southern tip of Kyoto Prefecture, is an artist who creates "food art" using leftovers from dinner. Her mother, Chiza, who is the discoverer of this unique art, has been photographing Hanako's "works" for six years. On the other hand, her father Yasunobu, who has just retired, still thinks Hanako's art is "dirty leftovers".

【This is the story of the family surrounding her.】
Hanako goes to the work center (Otokuni Himawarien) every day, and on weekends she enjoys painting classes, playing basketball, and going out with her father. Her mother plays tennis, her father plays the shamisen, and the Imamura family's daily life remains unchanged. Momoko, the older sister who is now determined to leave the Imamura family, talks about her daily conflict with Hanako. In the midst of all this, Hanako continues to create "food art" by herself, day in and day out. This is the story of one artist, Hanako Imamura, and the family that surrounds her.

Basic information of the work

Screening time
about 60min
Language
Japanese
Fee
1,000yen(tax include) Viewing Period 240hours / 10days
1,800 yen (tax included) / month
30,000 yen (tax included) / year * Other benefits are available
Genre
Art Documentary Film
Series
Palabra Pickup

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Artist Profile

Makoto Sato

Born in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture in 1957.
Graduated from the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo.
In 1985, became an assistant director under Yoichi Kagami. Later became freelance and worked on many PR films and TV programs.
Established Kasama Film Co. in 1996.
Senior lecturer at The Film School of Tokyo. Professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design.
In 2002, he stayed in London, England for one year as an overseas researcher sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.

Credit

Production: Siglo
Director: Sato Makoto
Production: Yamagami Tetsujiro
Photography: Otsu Koshiro
Music: Imawano Kiyoshiro / Laffy Taffy
Recording: Yutaka Tsurumaki
Editing: Hata Takeshi