Awards & Winners

Takeo Kimura

Date of Birth 01-April-1918
Place of Birth Ebisu
(Tokyo)
Nationality Japan
Also know as Isao Kimura, �むら ���, Kimura Takeo, 木� �夫
Profession Film Art Director, Screenwriter, Production Designer, Film Director
Takeo Kimura was a Japanese art director, writer and film director. Beginning his career in 1945 he art-directed well over 200 films. He was one of Japan's best known art directors, most famously for his collaborations with cult director Seijun Suzuki through the 1960s at the Nikkatsu Company, exemplified by Tokyo Drifter. Other directors with whom he frequently worked include Toshio Masuda, Kazuo Kuroki, Kei Kumai and Kaizo Hayashi. At age 90 he made his feature film directorial debut with Dreaming Awake. He had also worked as a critic, writer, painter, photographer and teacher.

Awards by Takeo Kimura

Check all the awards nominated and won by Takeo Kimura.

1994


Nominations 1994 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Yearning

1991


Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction
Honored for : Shikibu monogatari, Childhood Days, Hong Kong Paradise

Nominations 1991 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Shikibu monogatari","Childhood Days","Hong Kong Paradise

1990


Nominations 1990 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Death of a Tea Master

1989


Nominations 1989 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis

1982


Nominations 1982 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Willful Murder

1981


Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction
Honored for : Harukanaru sôro, Za ûman, Tempyo no iraka, Zigeunerweisen

Nominations 1981 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Zigeunerweisen","Harukanaru sôro","Tempyo no iraka","Za ûman