Takashi Miike: Fantasia Filmography

by Peter Rist, Randolph Jordan 2 minutes (494 words)

This is the master list of Takashi Miike titles presented during the first 20 years of the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, QC, Canada. The list includes 29 feature films, two TV episodes, one anthology segment, and one short film. Click on each title to view PDF scans of the original catalogue entries for the films. From 2005 onward you can also click through to Fantasia’s web archive listings with links to trailers and other info. And you can also download a master PDF document containing all 32 catalogue entries (see below).

The filmography was researched and compiled by Peter Rist. Catalogue scans and links were provided by Randolph Jordan.

1997
i>Fudoh: The Next Generation (Gokudô sengokushi: Fudô) – North American Premiere

1999
i> Rainy Dog (Gokudô kuroshakai)

2000
i> Audition (Ôdishon)
i> Dead or Alive (Dead or Alive: Hanzaisha) – North American Premiere

2001
i> Dead or Alive 2: The Birds (Dead or Alive 2: Tôbôsha) – North American Premiere
i>Visitor Q (Bijitâ Q) – North American Premiere

2003
i>Graveyard of Honor (Shin Jingi no Hakaba) – Canadian Premiere
i> Ichi the Killer (Koroshiya 1)
i>The Man in White (Yurusarezaru mono) – North American Premiere
i>Shangri-La (Kin’yû hametsu Nippon: Tôgenkyô no hito-bito)

2004
i>Deadly Outlaw: Rekka (Jitsuroku Andô Noboru kyôdô-den: Rekka)
i>Gozu (Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu)
i>One Missed Call (Chakushin ari) – North American Premiere

2005
i>Izo (Izô: Kaosu mataha fujôri no kijin) (Web listing here.)
i>Three… Extremes – Anthology Film, Second Segment: Box (Web listing here.)

2006
i>Arthouse Ultraman – Two Episodes of the TV Series Ultraman Max (Urutoraman Makkusu): Who Am I? and Miracle of the Third Planet (Web listing here.)
i>The Great Yokai War (Yôkai daisensô) (Web listing here.)

2007
i>Big Bang Love: Juvenile A (46-okunen no koi) (Web listing here.)
i>Sun Scarred (Taiyô no kizu) – International Premiere (Web listing here.)
i>Zebraman (Web listing here.)

2008
i>Sukiyaki Western Django (Web listing here.)

2009
i>Yatterman (Yattâman) – Canadian Premiere (Web listing here.)

2010
i>Crows Zero II (Kurôzu zero II) – Canadian Premiere (Web listing here.)

2011
i>13 Assasins (Jûsan-nin no shikaku) (Web listing here.)
i>Ninja Kids!!! (Nintama Rantarô) – Canadian Premiere (Web listing here.)

2012
i>Ace Attorney (Gyakuten saiban) – Canadian Premiere (Web listing here.)
i>For Love’s Sake (Ai to makoto) – North American Premiere (Web listing here.)

2013
i>Lesson of the Evil (Aku no kyôten) – Canadian Premiere (Web listing here.)
i>Shield of Straw (Wara no tate) – North American Premiere (Web listing here.)

2014
i>The Mole Song: Undercover Agent Reiji (Mogura no uta – sennyû sôsakan: Reiji) (Web listing here.)

2016
i>As the Gods Will (Kamisama no iu tôri) – Canadian Premiere (Web listing here.)
i>Keep on Rolling! (Korogashiya no pun) – short (Web listing here.)
i>Terraformars (Terafomazu) – North American Premiere (Web listing here.)

PDF Downloads

  • Takashi Miike - The Complete Fantasia Catalogue Entries
  • Takashi Miike: Fantasia Filmography

    Peter Rist, Ph.D has been teaching film history and aesthetics at Concordia University, Montreal, since 1989. He was principal writer for, and edited, Guide to the Cinema(s) of Canada (2001) and (co-edited with Timothy Barnard) South American Cinema: A Critical Filmography, 1915-1994 (1998). His more recent publications (from 2014) include Historical Dictionary of South American Film and a chapter of Electric Shadows: A Century of Chinese Cinema, “Hong Kong: From the Silents to the Second Wave.” He has written extensively on Chinese and Korean cinemas and is a frequent contributor to Offscreen.

    Takashi Miike: Fantasia Filmography

    Randolph Jordan is a Montreal-based film scholar, educator, and multimedia practitioner. He earned his first and second cycle degrees in philosophy and film studies respectively before completing his Ph.D. in the interdisciplinary Humanities program at Concordia University. His ongoing research examines the intersection between acoustic ecology and film sound theory/practice, and he has recently completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University where he was investigating geographical specificity in Vancouver-based film and media by way of sound studies and critical geography. His research has been published widely and his photographs, films and sound works have been exhibited internationally. He is now writing a book for Oxford University Press provisionally titled, Reflective Audioviewing: An Acoustic Ecology of the Cinema (expected 2016). He has been covering Montreal film, music and new media festivals for Offscreen since 2001.

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