Person - Kurosawa, Akira (1910-1988)

Kurosawa, Akira (1910-1988)

Identification

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Person

Preferred form:

Kurosawa, Akira (1910-1988)Other forms

Fechas de existencia:

Tokyo  1910-03-23 - Tokyo  1998-09-06

History:

Japanese film director and scripter. Considered as one of the most influent directors of Japanese cinema. In 1938, he was hired by Tōhō studio as the assistant of the director Kajiro Yamamoto (1902-1974). He made his debut as a director with "Sugata Sanshirô" (1943), with which he had a great success. In 1951 he received the Golden Lion in the Venice Film Festival thanks to his film "Rashômon" (1950), a crime film with which he obtained worldwide recognition. In 1954 he directed the film "Seven Samurai", which obtained a Silver Lion in the Mostra of Venice, and is considered one of the most influent films in cinema history. In 1975 he won an Oscar for best foreign language film with "Dersu Uzala", and in 1990 he won an Honorific Oscar. Some other Kurosawa's films as a director are "Throne of Blood" (1957), "Yojimbo" (1961) y "Sanjuro" (1962).

Occupations

Profesión (Es realizada por):

Directores de cine

Profesión (Es realizada por):

Guionistas

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Lugar de Nacimiento:

Tokyo in 1910-03-23

Lugar de Defunción:

Tokyo in 1998-09-06

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Varón

Related Authorities

Deme, Masanobu (1932-2016)  ( Tiene como aprendiz a/ es maestro de/ es jefe de )

Associative relations :

Ford Coppola, Francis (1939-)  ( Tiene como aprendiz a/ es maestro de/ es jefe de )

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