Japanese Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa 'Very Surprised' About Two Wins at Rome Film Fest
Thriller "Seventh Code," his first film shot outside Japan, took awards for best director and best technical contribution at the 8th edition of the Rome festival.
TOKYO – Kiyoshi Kurosawa, director of Seventh Code, says he was "very surprised" to win the best director and technical contribution awards at the Rome Film Festival on Sunday.
Koichi Takahashi, a regular collaborator with Kurosawa, was given the Best Technical Contribution for his editing work on the film.
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