Ema RYAN YAMAZAKI 山崎エマ

The Making Of A Japanese

Nippon Docs   ¾ 

Discipline and diligence, politeness and consideration – these virtues are valued highly in Japanese society and are instilled in children from a very young age. Ema RYAN YAMAZAKI accompanies elementary school students and teachers in a Tokyo suburb over the course of one year, providing an authentic insight into the Japanese education system.


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山崎エマ, Eric NYARI

Thu., May 30, 2024, 19:15

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Winner of the Nippon Docs Award 2024
Winner of the Nippon Docs Award 2024

Crossing Borders Documentary Social issues

日本, 米国, フランス, フィンランド 2023

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About Ema RYAN YAMAZAKI
山崎エマ

Ema RYAN YAMAZAKI was born in Osaka to a British father and a Japanese mother in 1989. After graduating from New York University, she worked as an assistant for documentary filmmaker Sam POLLARD and began her career as a film editor. Her directorial debut was the feature-length documentary MONKEY BUSINESS: THE ADVENTURES OF CURIOUS GEORGE’S CREATORS (2017), which won the audience award at the Nantucket Film Festival. Her subsequent documentaries KOSHIEN: JAPAN’S FIELD OF DREAMS (2019 / NC ’21) and THE MAKING OF A JAPANESE (2023 / NC ’24) were screened at international film festivals.