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Kazuo Miyagawa

Kazuo Miyagawa


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Also Known As: Died: August 7, 1999
Born: February 25, 1908 Cause of Death: kidney failure
Birth Place: Japan Profession: Cinematography ...


Cinematography (feature film)

Tanzerin, Die (1990) as Director Of Photography
A Japanese student studying in Berlin falls in love with a German girl.
Love Suicides at Sonezaki, The (1988) as Cinematographer
Gonza the Spearman (1986) as Director Of Photography
Set in Japan during the 17th Century, a young samurai falls in love with the wife of another man.
Macarthur's Children (1985) as Cinematographer
Set in Japan just after World War II, a young boy and his friends experience the occupation of their village by American soldiers.
Akuryo-To (1982) as Cinematographer
Kagemusha (1980) as Director Of Photography
Japanese clansmen force a poor thief to impersonate their dead warlord.
Ballad of Orin (1978) as Cinematographer
Geisha, A (1978) as Director Of Photography
In the post-war Gion district of Kyoto, the geisha Miyoharu agrees to apprentice the 16 year-old Eiko, whose mother was a former geisha who had just died. After a year of training they have to find a large sum of money before Eiko can debut. Miyoharu borrows the money from the tea-house owner, Okimi, who in turn obtains the money from the businessman Kusuda. Kusuda fancies Eiko himself and wants to give Miyoharu to Kanzaki in order to close a large business deal. However both geishas have minds of their own and, going against tradition, want to be able to say no to clients.
Silence (1971) as Cinematographer
Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo (1970) as Director of Photography
With a price on his head, Ichi seeks tranquillity in a favorite village. Since his last visit, it has fallen prey to Boss Masagoro, the son of a merchant rumored to have stolen gold from the shogunate. The boss has hired Yojimbo as his hard-drinking enforcer, but Yojimbo is both a spy for the shogunate, trying to find the gold, and in love with the merchant's unwilling mistress, Umeno. Ichi hires on as the merchant's masseur and buys Umeno's freedom with his employer's own money. This embarrasses Yojimbo who withdraws from a pact with Ichi to stir up trouble between father and son and their gangs. As the two sides fight, Ichi finds the gold and sets up a final set of confrontations.
Floating Weeds (1970) as Director of Photography
The Magoichi Saga (1970) as Director of Photography
Devil's Temple (1969) as Director of Photography
Tokyo Olympiad (1965) as Cam supv for Japanese version
Cameras capture both audience and athletes attending the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
Tales of the Taira Clan (1964) as Director Of Photography
Special Forces commander Captain Tadamori returns to Kyoto after successfully defeating the uprising of pirates in the western sea of Japan. But because the high courtiers dislike career soldiers gaining power and influence, they ignore the will of ex-Emperor Toba and refuse to reward the captain. Reward recommender Lord Tokinobu is punished, and the captain sends his son Kiyomori to the Lord's residence, where he falls in love with Tokiko, the Lord's daughter. Meanwhile, Kiyomori finds out that he is possibly the ex-Emperor's son...
Yojimbo (1961) as Director of Photography
A samurai-for-hire sets the warring factions of a Japanese town against each other.
Odd Obsession (1961) as Director of Photography
A man becomes impotent so he hires a younger man to have sex with his wife, but soon the daughter of the couple falls in love with the hired stranger.
Sin, The (1961) as Director Of Photography
A young man promises his dying fahter that he will fight to hide his class origins forever, as they are from low social-scale family roots
Floating Weeds (1959) as Director Of Photography
When her lover visits the mother of his child, a jealous actress plots revenge.
Conflagration (1958) as Director Of Photography
The true story of a young monk who, fleeing a miserable childhood, enters the temple to find spiritual purity. Instead, he discovers corruption and pettinness that propel him towards a final, desperate act.
Street of Shame (1956) as Director Of Photography
Portrait of a group of prostitutes struggling for spiritual and economic survival while working in Tokyo''s red light district.
The Bailiff (1954) as Director of Photography
The children of a deposed governor in medieval Japan fight to reunite their family.
Woman of Rumor, A (1954) as Director Of Photography
The owner of a brothel sends her daughter away to be educated. She returns after a love affair has broken up due to her mother's occupation, and begins to comptete with her mother for the attentions of a cynical client.
Story from Chikamatsu, A (1954) as Director Of Photography
During Japan''s 17th century Feudal Period, a clerk and a merchant''s wife, illicit lovers, try to flee the Shoguns and find freedom to express their love.
Ugetsu Monogatari (1953)
Two peasants try to make their fortune during a civil war.
Rashomon (1950) as Cinematographer
In medieval Japan, four people offer conflicting accounts of a rape and murder.

Editing (feature film)

Ugetsu Monogatari (1953) as Editor
Two peasants try to make their fortune during a civil war.

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