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Cronología/Chronology

13/7/2016
1907: Auge de las salas de cine

3/7/2016
1907: Beginning of the film theatre building boom

10/6/2016
1 August 1906: Films of popular magicians Shokyokusai Tenkatsu and her mentor Shokyokusai Tenichi released at the Denkikan

6/4/2016
20 September 1906: Takamatsu Toyojiro's satirical short films shown at the Kinki-kan under the title Shakai Pakku Katsudo Shashin

29/3/2016
4 July 1906: First film show organized by Umeya Shokichi, founder of M Pathe

27/9/2015
22 October 1905: Cameraman Chiba Kichizo takes the first moving camera shot in Japanese cinema history

6/9/2015
March 1905: Yokota Shokai builds a film processing laboratory near Kyoto's Nijo Castle

26/8/2015
1904: The Russo-Japanese War and the first film boom

21/1/2015
1 October 1903: The Denkikan, first custom-built cinema in the country, opens

25/11/2014
1903: Yoshizawa Shoten pioneers reportage films on current events

15/11/2014
February 1902: Tsuchiya Tsuneji produces a film about the Hakkoda-san Sonan Jiken (Hakkoda Mountains incident)

9/11/2014
September 1902: Yoshizawa Shoten exhibits a programme of Hassei Katsudo Shashin (Sound Moving Pictures)

January 1902: Establishment of Matsutake Gomei-sha (Matsu Take Partnership Corporation), later Shochiku Kabushiki-gaisha (Shochiku Co., Ltd.)

1902: Yokota Shokai produces first kyuha eiga (period film drama), HINO NO KOMAGETA (Hino's Clogs)

10/10/2014
September 1901: KYOIKU KATSUDO SHASHIN-KAI, a programme of documentary films advertised as educational, is presented at the Kinki-kan theatre.

June 1901: SHINKYOKU AZUMA NO TSUKI, film with a geisha dance motif, is released at Meiji-za theatre

1/10/2014
August 1900: Yokota Einosue exhibits his first imported French Pathe films at Tokyo's Shintomi-za theatre

28/9/2014
18 October 1900: HOKUSHIN JIKEN KATSUDO DAISHASHIN (Grand Motion Picture on the Boxer Rebellion), first Japanese documentary film released

25 August 1900: NIO NO UKISU by Tsuchiya Tsuneji opens at Tokyo's Haruki-za theatre

28/8/2014
10 April 1900: Release of EKOIN NATSUBASHO OZUMO, filmed by Tsuchiya Tsuneji

Artículos/Articles

6/6/2016
Actualización: Yurei

1/4/2016
J-horror and Toshi Densetsu Revisited

22/12/2015
Obscenity and Article 175 of the Japanese Penal Code (update)

5/9/2015
Fukasaku & Scorsese: Yakuzas & Gangsters (update)

21/8/2015
El Enredo del Primer Beso

16/8/2015
Jidakigeki

26/5/2015
AV: Adult Video


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Concrete: Actualización

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