Noboru Nakamura

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Noboru Nakamura
Born (1913-08-04)August 4, 1913
Died May 20, 1981(1981-05-20) (aged 67)
Occupation Film director

Noboru Nakamura (中村 登 Nakamura Noboru?, 4 August 1913 – 20 May 1981) was a Japanese film director and screenwriter.[1] His 1963 film Twin Sisters of Kyoto was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.[2] His 1967 film Portrait of Chieko was also nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar.[3] His 1967 film Lost Spring was entered into the 17th Berlin International Film Festival.[4] It was announced that his three films, Home Sweet Home (1951), When It Rains, It Pours (1957), and The Shape of Night (1964), will screen at the Tokyo Filmex in 2013.[5]

Filmography[edit]

  • Life and Rhythm (1941)
  • The Ideals of Marriage (1941)
  • Home Sweet Home (1951)
  • Nami (1951)
  • Adventure of Natsuko (1953)
  • Shuzenji Monagatari (1955)
  • Doshaburi (1957)
  • I-Ro-Ha-Ni-Ho-He-To (1960)
  • Twin Sisters of Kyoto (1962)
  • The Shape of Night (1964)
  • River Kino (1966)
  • Lost Spring (1967)
  • Portrait of Chieko (1968)
  • Through Days and Months (1969)
  • The Song from My Heart (1970)
  • Shiokari Pass (1977)

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