Hikaru Toda​ is a self-shooting Director and Editor based in London and Osaka working in both long and short format documentaries. Her films have screened on BBC Storyville, France Televisions, NHK, The Guardian and major international film festivals including Hot Docs, CPH DOX and Melbourne International Film Festival. Hikaru moved to Japan for the first time in 22 years to make Of Love & Law (2017).

Accolades

Hikaru Toda and Elhum Shakerifar
Best Documentary Film, 2018

Of Love & Law

Best Documentary Film, 2018

Of Love & Law

Masafumi Yoshida and Kazuyuki Minami – or Fumi and Kazu as they are known – operate Japan’s first openly gay law firm in Osaka. Across…

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Films

Of Love & Law
2017

Of Love & Law

Japan, United Kingdom, France
2017

Of Love & Law

Masafumi Yoshida and Kazuyuki Minami – or Fumi and Kazu as they are known – operate Japan’s first openly gay law firm in Osaka. Across…

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