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Humongous!

Canadian Premiere

Humongous!

Aya Kawazoe

Japan | 2020 | 11 min
Japanese |
Subtitles: English
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This film is part of Yu Shimizus Carte Blanche, a Tokyo-based art film curator.

Eiko has repeated flashbacks from her childhood. In that place, where she is enveloped by a huge noise, a boy starts running and Eiko falls off a swing. Are these memories or dreams, or are they the present day, or do they belong to someone else. The sound expands. That’s really something huge.
Overview of some festivals:
Lago Film Fest, Italy (2021)
Lille International Short Film Festival, France (2021)
Cannes International Film Festival, France (2020)
New York Film Festival, United States (2020)
Festival de cine contemporáneo, Black Canvas, Mexico (2020)
Playwright Ayako Suzuki
Director Aya Kawazoe, Aya Kawazoe
Production Kota Yamazaki, Nobuhiko Hayashi
Editing Dong Jing
Cast Brothers Amagasa, Ayako Sasaki, Shion Sasaki, Brothers Suzuki, Keito Suzuki, Yoi Suzuki, Miki Tatewaki, Ibuki Yokoyama
Sound Minghong Ma
Cinematography Muqeddes Muxter

In Partnership with

Yatai MTL
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Aya Kawazoe

Aya Kawazoe

Aya Kawazoe was born 1989 in Yokohama. She graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Moving Images and Performing Arts, in 2014. She has been enrolled at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Film and New Media, since 2019. Humongous!, a movie that she directed during her training at Tokyo University of the Arts, was selected for the Critics’ Week of the Cannes International Film Festival in 2020, and subsequently shown at international festivals including the New York Film Festival. Main works include The Elephant Died (2012, selected for the Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen), and Flame Out (2012, winner of a Japan Tomorrow Grand Prize at the Image Forum Festival).

Biographical notes provided by the film production team 
Selected films:
The Elephant Died (2012)
Flame Out (2012)
Good bye! Triangle (2013)
We don’t go home (2014)
Night Train (2019)

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