Tetsuya Tomina

Tetsuya Tomina

Japan

Biography

Tetsuya Tomina was born in Kushiro, Hokkaido (Japan). In 1995, after finishing his engineering degree, Tetsuya Tomina moved to London to learn filmmaking at the London Film School. His London-made SOMETHING SECONDARY was selected as amongst the best by BBC British Short Film Festival and was invited to film festivals in Europe. His films include SOMETHING SECONDARY (1999) and AT THE LAST STOP CALLED GHOST CHIMNEY (2013). His first feature film, BLUE WIND BLOWS (originally titled Smoke on the Water, 2018) won the Asian Cinema Fund 2015’s Script Development Fund and was selected in the Asian Project Market, Busan International Film Festival 2015. It world premiered in the Generation Kplus competition at the 68th Berlin Film Festival.

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