Accolades

Mamoru Hosoda and Yuichiro Saito and Takuya Ito and Yuichi Adachi and Genki Kawamura
Best Animated Film, 2018

Mirai (Mirai no Mirai)

Best Animated Film, 2018

Mirai (Mirai no Mirai)

Kun enjoys a happy childhood until the arrival of his baby sister, Mirai. As the new baby becomes the centre of their parents’ attention, Kun…

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Nozomu Takahashi and Takuya Ito and Takashi Watanabe and Yuichiro Saito and Mamoru Hosoda
Best Animated Film, 2009

Summer Wars (Sama Wozu)

Best Animated Film, 2009

Summer Wars (Sama Wozu)

Due to the creation of the virtual city of Oz, anyone can access the Internet at any time, for information, to pay bills or play…

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Yuichiro Saito and Takuya Ito and Takashi Watanabe and Mamoru Hosoda
Best Animated Film, 2012

Wolf Children (Ookamikodomo No Ame To Yuki)

Best Animated Film, 2012

Wolf Children (Ookamikodomo No Ame To Yuki)

When Hana falls in love, it feels like a fairy tale. She starts a family and produces two beautiful children, a girl—Yuki (Snow), a boy—Ame…

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Films

Mirai
2018

Mirai (Mirai no Mirai)

Japan
2018

Mirai (Mirai no Mirai)

Kun enjoys a happy childhood until the arrival of his baby sister, Mirai. As the new baby becomes the centre of their parents’ attention, Kun…

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Summer Wars
2009

Summer Wars (Sama Wozu)

Japan
2009

Summer Wars (Sama Wozu)

Due to the creation of the virtual city of Oz, anyone can access the Internet at any time, for information, to pay bills or play…

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Wolf Children
2012

Wolf Children (Ookamikodomo No Ame To Yuki)

Japan
2012

Wolf Children (Ookamikodomo No Ame To Yuki)

When Hana falls in love, it feels like a fairy tale. She starts a family and produces two beautiful children, a girl—Yuki (Snow), a boy—Ame…

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The Asia Pacific Screen Academy expresses its respect for and acknowledgement of the South East Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of country, including the custodial communities on whose land works are created and celebrated by the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. We acknowledge the continuing connection to land, waters and communities. We also pay our respects to Elders, past and emerging. We recognise the integral role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and First Nations peoples continue to play in storytelling and celebration spaces.

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