August 29, 1976 |
Born in Aichi Prefecture, Yamashita attended Osaka University of Arts where he worked on Kazuyoshi Kumakiri's Kichiku Dai Enkai. His graduation film Hazy Life, took the Off Theatre Competition Grand Prize at the 2000 Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival. He also won the award for Best Director at the 32nd Hochi Film Award in 2007 for A Gentle Breeze in the Village and The Matsugane Potshot Affair. He often works with the screenwriter Kōsuke Mukai.
- Hazy Life (どんてん生活 Donten seikatsu?) (1999)
- No One's Ark (ばかのハコ船 Baka no hakobune?) (2003)
- Ramblers (リアリズムの宿 Riarizumu no yado?) (2003)
- Cream Lemon (くりいむレモン Kurîimu remon?) (2004)
- Linda Linda Linda (リンダ リンダ リンダ?) (2005)
- Ten Nights of Dreams (ユメ十夜 Yume Jū-ya?) (2006) ominbus
- The Matsugane Potshot Affair (松ヶ根乱射事件 Matsugane ransha jiken?) (2006)
- A Gentle Breeze in the Village (天然コケッコー Tennen Kokekkō?) (2007)
- Kueki Ressha (苦役列車 The Drudgery Train?) (2012)
- Tamako in Moratorium (もらとりあむタマ子 Moratoriamu Tamako?) (2013)
- "Orijinaru eiga o ete "gensaku mono" eiga e". Assembly Hour. Kyoto Seika University. Retrieved 13 May 2011.
- "Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival Archive". yubarifanta.com. Retrieved 2009-09-17.
- 報知映画賞ヒストリー (in Japanese). Cinema Hochi. Retrieved 2010-01-13.
- "Nobuhiro Yamashita at IMDb".
- "Nobuhiro Yamashita at AllCinema" (in Japanese).
- Fukugan no eizō - Conversation between Yamashita and Mukai, Directors Guild of Japan website (in Japanese)
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