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九月 14

AMAGI Yukihiko 天城靱彥, Tokyo TV Forum東京電視論壇

AMAGI Yukihiko 天城靱彥

Japan

 

東京提案大會總監

Director of TTVF

 

天城靱彥自2011年起擔任日本東京提案大會總監。他在2011年6月前擔任NHK Enterprise執行副總。2010年4月與NHK合併前,擔任NHK國際事務組的國際媒體企業總監。主修政治的他,1969年從慶應義塾大學畢業後,擔任NHK的製作人超過三十餘載,曾經派駐NHK紐約辦公室,參與多種紀錄片製作及合製,在任期間最後一個職位擔任NHK特別節目中心的負責人,一年間監督超過百部紀錄片製作及合製,爾後於2003年加入國際媒體企業。

 

Yukihiko AMAGI has been serving as the director of TTVF which organizes the international pitching session for documentaries in Tokyo since 2011. He was Executive Vice President of NHK Enterprises until June, 2011. Prior to it, he was President of Media International Corporation, the international business arm of NHK until its merger with NHK Enterprises in April, 2010.  For more than 30 years of his earlier career, Amagi was a documentary producer at NHK, which he joined in 1969 after graduating from Keio University where he studied political science. During his career at NHK, he experienced posting at NHK’s bureau at New York, where he was involved in various types of production and co-production of documentaries. Also, he was the head of NHK’s Special Program Centre as his last position there, overseeing the production and the co-production of more than one hundred documentaries a year, before joining Media International Corporation in 2003.

 

Tokyo TV Forum東京電視論壇

2011年12月首度舉辦的東京電視論壇及提案大會獲得廣大迴響,得到全球委製編審高度評價,結果遠超乎原先預期。各方對於日本在震災後復原情形的關注也持續存在。2012的TTVF將在12月舉辦,將再度聚焦於日本。震災後的日本實施廣泛的重建計畫,日本人民不斷尋找新的價值觀及生活方式,外界亦對全新的日本觀點產生濃厚興趣。計劃題材廣泛的日本影像工作者尋求國際合製的可能,都將在12月於東京展開。

 

The Tokyo TV Forum 2011 (TTVF 2011) held in December last year received widespread attention in part due to its hosting of Japan’s first pitching sessions. Fortunately, the forum also received high praise from commissioning editors from around the world. The results were far exceeding our expectations. The worldwide concern about how Japan was recovering from the unprecedented catastrophe of the Great East Japan Earthquake was constantly in the background. TTVF 2012, being planned to be held in December, 2012, will once again focus on Japan. In post-earthquake Japan, recovery is being implemented through a wide range of approaches. In addition, serious efforts to generate new values and a sincere search for a new way of life are ongoing. A new Japanese perspective has generated interest in and involvement with foreign concerns. A wide range of projects for international co-productions proposed by Japanese filmmakers will be discussed at the forum in coming December in Tokyo.