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Yokohama Football Film Festival

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Yokohama Football Film Festival
YFFF2021logo.gif
Crest of Yokohama Football Film Festival
LocationYokohama, Japan
Founded2011
AwardsYFFF Award Grand-prix, Audience Award
Directed byNarito Fukushima
No. of films10 (2 screenings) in 2021
LanguageJapanese
Websiteyfff.org

The Yokohama Football Film Festival (ヨコハマ・フットボール映画祭, Yokohama-huttobōhru-eigasai, YFFF) is an annual film festival held in Yokohama, Japan that was established on 19 January 2011.[1][2]

Grand Prize Winners[edit]

Year Film Director(s) Nationality of Director(s)
2011 Looking for Eric Ken Loach UK
2012
2013 United Chris Chibnall UK
2014 Soka Afrika Suridh Hassan,Ryo Sanada UK, JAPAN
2015 Don't say that word Sato Takuma JAPAN
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020 VATRENI: A FLAME HAS BEEN FIRED Edson Ramírez Mexico

Award Winners[edit]

2011

  • Best Picture: "Looking fot Eric" Directed by Ken Loach
  • Best Director: Emir Kusturica and Diego Maradona "Maradona by Kusturica"
  • Best Supporter: Supporters of AC Nagano Parceiro and Matsumoto Yamaga FC "Clasico On The Edge"
  • Best Player: Japan Deaf Football Women's National Team "Eye Contact"
  • Special Jury Prize: "The Damned United" directed by Tom Hooper

2012

  • Best Player: Jong Tae-se "TESE"
  • Special mention for achievement: "How to enjoy the J league 100 times fun!!" directed by Itsumichi Isomura

2013

  • Best Picture: "United" Directed by James Strong
  • Best Director: Konrad Koch "Lessons of a Dream (Der ganz große Traum)"
  • Best Player: Heleno de Freitas "Heleno"
  • Special Mention: "Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker" directed by Kobun Shizuno and Yasuichiro Yamamoto

2014

  • Best Picture: "Soka Afrika" directed by Suridh Hassan
  • Best Director: George Dryer "Playing for Keeps"
  • Best Match: BSV Aldersimspor and the Iranian football woman's national team "Football Under Cover"
  • Best Team: Timor Leste kids football team "A Barefoot Dream 맨발의 꿈"

2015

  • Best Picture: "Don't say that word" directerd by Takuma Sato
  • Special Jury Prize: “Yuluneva -You’ll never walk alone” directerd by Asahi Ueda
  • Best Team: American Samoa football national team "Next Goal Wins"
  • Best Player: Lionel Messi ”Messi”
  • Audience Award: “Yuluneva -You’ll never walk alone” directerd by Asahi Ueda

2016

  • Audience Award: "Die Mannschaft" directed by Martin Christ, Jens Gronheid and Ulrich Voigt

2017

  • Audience Award: "March" directed by Kazuhiko Nakamura

2018

  • Audience Award: "Johor Bahru 1997" directed by Asahi Ueda

2019

  • Audience Award: "Doha 1993+" directed by Asahi Ueda

2020

  • Grand Prix: "Vatreni" directed by Edson Ramírez
  • Special Jury Prize: "ZG80" directed by Igor Seregi
  • Best Team: 1988-89 Arsenal FC "89"
  • Best Player: Tuffy Anderson "Reggae Boyz"
  • Best Supporter: Marek Fišer and suppoter of FC Zbrojovka Brno "Stadion"
  • Young Hope Award: Mitsuki Saito (Shonan Bellmare/U20 National Team Captain) “The Reminiscences of Lublin”
  • Audience Award: “The Referees” directed by Hayato Ishii

References[edit]

  1. "Yokohama Football Film Festival". TimeOut Tokyo. 15 Jan 2018. Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  2. "Soccer / Football Film Festivals". Soccer Movie Mom. 15 Nov 2020. Retrieved 9 February 2021.

Category:Film Festivals Category:Football Film Festivals Category:Sports Film Festivals Category:Film festivals in Japan Category:Film festivals in Asia Category:January events Category:2011 establishments in Japan Category:Annual events in Japan Category:Autumn events in Japan


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