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Atsushi Sakahara

Atsushi Sakahara is a Japanese film director/producer/writer. He is currently based in Kyoto, Japan. He is a lecturer for English at Kyoto Seika University and economics for graduate students at Osaka City University. He produced Bean Cake, a Palme d'Or winning short film at Cannes 2001. He directed "Don't call me father", a short film. Paul ... See full bio »

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 2012 Don't Call Me Father (Short) (story) / (writer) (completed)
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 2012 Don't Call Me Father (Short) (completed)
 2020 Me and the Cult Leader (Documentary)
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 2012 Don't Call Me Father (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2020 Me and the Cult Leader (Documentary) (producer)
 2001 Bean Cake (Short) (associate producer)
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 2020 Me and the Cult Leader (Documentary)

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After surviving in the subway gas attack, he left Japan to the US. and spent an year in a Jewish community with Rabbi Hoffberg in Cranford NJ.

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