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HISTORY of TBOF'S PRODUCT GUIDE MILESTONES: 1980-2012
Always evolving – always innovating - always your best source for factual & in-depth Industry Reporting & Commentary 1980: Established independent Trade Publication TBOF against Fierce Competition
from the major publications Screen International, Hollywood Reporter, and Variety.
1983: Introduced separate to the Main magazine the Free Product Guide Listing with Pictures of the Executives. The Product Guide is now widely used by all publications but TBOF remains the only PG where companies can list as many films as they wish. TBOF believes the PG listing should be easily accessible to help companies sell their products worldwide. 1985: Published the first Print & Audio magazine, where a video was contained within the Cover of TBOF. 1987: Sent out the first Product Guide via a Computer Disc. For Mac or PC. 2006: Created the Berlin Pocket Issue & Product Guide, which fit easily inside a Pocket or Purse. 2007: Reacting to the ongoing technological changes and economical factors, became the first trade publication to go Online with the Daily editions at Cannes and AFM. 2009: Introduced the Printed Presence Cover Editions at AFM Cannes & Berlin
using an ipad to encourage readers to access the online editions. 2011: At AFM the first trade publication use of a QR reader on the Cover advertisement that took the reader directly to the Film Trailer. 2012 launched at AFM the QR Reader Product Guide.
Japanese Documentary Pitching Showcase Featuring
Amagi Yukihiko Chairperson Tokyo TV Forum (NPO)
And Moderator Imamura Kenichi Executive Producer,
International Co-Production, NHK Enterprises. Inc.
The 84 Year Old Idols
In a first, MIPDoc and Tokyo Docs give selected Japanese filmmakers the opportunity to pitch their most compelling new factual and documentary projects to a jury of international decision-makers. Tokyo Docs is a documentary film event that provides filmmakers from Japan and other parts of Asia with opportunities to develop and realize international co-productions of documentary films.
Trailer - The 84 Year Old IdolsThe 84-year-old Super Idols (promotional video above): With an average age of 84, the members of the Okinawan group KGB84 excite crowds with their energetic performances. Japan is facing numerous issues as its society ages, and yet these Super Idols continue to capture hearts and minds with their vital stage presence. This film looks at how some find and spread happiness, despite advancing age. Presented by Ms. Shiobara Fumiko, Producer, Shiobara Office, Inc. and Mr. Hinohara Ryo, Director, Tokyo Video Center, Inc.
Other selected projects include: Ceramics: The Great History of Clay and Fire: The birth and transformation of clay into clay-fired pots more than 16,000 years ago is still a mystery. People may have discovered clay walls hardened by a nearby campfire and, as a result, begun to make vessels. Today high-tech ceramics protect space shuttles that go well beyond the Earth. A voyage into the great history of ceramics through civilizations, art, technology and science. Presented by Mr. Shibata Shohei, Director, Temjin Co., Ltd.
Mountains, The Origin of Japan's Spirituality: Mountains provide people with the blessings of nature but disasters can sometimes make them fearsome places. This programme introduces a family risking their lives to bring down a massive log for a traditional festival and an elite businessman who is a keen practitioner of mountain asceticism. These stories offer insights into how mountains continue to play a spiritual role in modern Japanese society. Presented by Ms. HIRO Riko, Director, Visual Folklore Inc and Ms. Miura Yoko, Producer, Visual Folklore Inc.
Dear Red Children: It has been 50 years since the Chinese Cultural Revolution began. This film focuses on "Foreign Children" who became "Red Guards" and how they lived their lives, frequently on a roller coaster, and often with their parents arrested as spies. A reality about the Cultural Revolution that has not been fully explored before. Presented by Ms. Shiobara Fumiko, Producer, Shiobara Office, Inc. and Mr. Hinohara Ryo, Director, Tokyo Video Center, Inc.
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