SciFi Japan

    SciFi JAPAN TV EXTRA: Tokyo SOS Director [30 Minute Edition]

    Source: ACTV Japan

    A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE

    This week we present a 30 minute edition of SciFi JAPAN TV EXTRA featuring Masaaki Tezuka, director of GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS (ゴジラxメガギラス, Gojira tai Megagirasu, 2000), GODZILLA AGAINST MECHAGODZILLA (ゴジラxメカゴジラ, Gojira x Mekagojira, 2002) and GODZILLA: TOKYO SOS (ゴジラxモスラxメカゴジラ東京SOS, Gojira x Mosura x Mechagodzilla Toukyou SOS, 2003).

    In this exclusive video interview for SciFi Japan, Mr Tezuka discusses his early career at Toho, shares production secrets from his three films, reveals some of the original ideas for his movies, and much more!

    Be sure to come back for new episodes of SciFi JAPAN TV every Thursday! Next week will be the first of our three-part roundtable interview celebrating the 10th anniversary of ULTRAMAN NEXUS (ウルトラマンネクサス, Urutoraman Nekusasu, 2004)!

    About SciFi JAPAN TV

    A regular video program focusing exclusively on Japanese science fiction and monsters is something we've always wanted to see, but nothing like it has ever been available, neither in Japan nor overseas. So we decided to make it ourselves!

    SciFi JAPAN TV is shot on location in Japan exclusively for SciFi Japan by the ACTV Japan production team. The show delves into the world of Japanese monsters and scifi, featuring the latest and hottest tokusatsu events in Japan, as well as simple yet in-depth discussions with the people who bring all of our favorite films and shows to life!

    About ACTV Japan

    Established 2005, with offices based in Shibuya, Tokyo, ACTV Japan offers video production and editing solutions to a host of clients both in Japan and abroad. ACTV Japan has and continues to serve a variety of clients from around the world, including: FOX International Channels, Universal Channel, Warner Bros, PBS, TV Asahi, Fuji Television, among many others. Check out www.actvjapan.com for more information.

    © 2021 Your Company. All Rights Reserved. Designed By JoomShaper