日本の映画祭の現状と課題に関する調査報告--東京国際映画祭と湯布院映画祭に係る事例を機軸に据えながら [in Japanese] A research on the current situations and problems surrounding film festivals in Japan: through the case studies of Tokyo Film Festival and Yufuin Cinema Festival [in Japanese]
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The purpose of this paper is to clarify current situations and problems surrounding the following two examples of film festivals in Japan. One is Tokyo International Film Festival, which is a principal example of a film festival that is held under the collaboration of the state and global companies in Japan. The other is Yufuin Cinema Festival, which is an important example of a film festival that is held by local community in Japan. / In this process, this paper also tries to identify the co-operative policy mechanisms of the European countries towards international film co-production. Over the years many countries in Europe have developed international policy frameworks for encouraging international film co-production in order to build and maintain vibrant film industries to compete against Hollywood products. The policy structures have been built upon many bilateral co-production treaties, the multilateral co-production convention titled the European Convention on Cinematographic Co-production.
- Geijutsu kogaku
Geijutsu kogaku 10, 109-130, 2009