Anna Nakagawa Actor

Anna Nakagawa (中川安奈, Nakagawa Anna), real name Anna Kuriyama (栗山安奈, Kuriyama Anna) (born August 30, 1965 in Suginami, Tokyo, Japan) is an actress. She won the award for best actress at the 11th Yokohama Film Festival for A Sign Days.

Personal details

Date of birth
August 30th, 1965
Nationality
Japan

Family

Spouse

Movie performances

1. Cure (1997)

Crime, Horror, Mystery
played Fumie Takabe
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
111.0
Atsuyuki Shimoda
,
Satoshi Jinno
,
Tetsuya Ikeda
,
Tsutomu Tsuchikawa
6 Show list

Cure is a 1997 Japanese thriller film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Koji Yakusho, Masato Hagiwara, Tsuyoshi Ujiki and Anna Nakagawa.

Awards

Top cast

Kenichi Takabe
Fujiwara
Dr. Akiko Miyajima
Kunio Mamiya
Ichiro Kuwano
Yasukawa
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Gary Ashiya
Tokusho Kikumura
Japanese
Japan

2. Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991)

Action, Adventure, Drama
played Emmy Kano
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
103.0
5 Show list 1 Show list

Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah, is a 1991 Japanese science fiction kaiju film produced by Toho Co., Ltd.. Directed by Kazuki Omori, and featuring special effects by Koichi Kawakita, the film starred Anna Nakagawa, Megumi Odaka, and Akiji Kobayashi. The 18th installment of the Godzilla series featured the return of Godzilla's greatest foe, the three-headed King Ghidorah. Tomoyuki Tanaka had originally desired to create new monster opponents for the series, but after the box office disappointment of 1989's Godzilla vs Biollante Tanaka opted to bring back classic foes instead. The film was a box office hit with sequels released on a yearly basis until 1995. It won a Japanese Academy Award for special effects. The film was released direct to video in the United States in 1998 by Columbia Tristar Home Video as Godzilla vs. King Ghidora.

Awards

1992 Japan Academy Prize for Special Technology Award

Top cast

Businessman Yasuaki Shindo
Minister Takayuki Segawa
Yuzo Tsuchiashi
Miki Saegusa
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Time travel
Yoshinori Sekiguchi
The Best of Godzilla: 1984-1995
Japanese
Japan

3. The Silk Road (1988)

Drama
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
99.0
Yasuyoshi Tokuma
10 Show list

The Silk Road aka Dun-Huang is a 1988 Japanese film directed by Junya Satō. The movie was adapted from the 1959 novel Tun-Huang by Yasushi Inoue with the backdrop of the plotline being the Mogao Caves manuscript trove. It was chosen as Best Film at the Japan Academy Prize ceremony.

Awards

1989 Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Picture of the Year
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Recording
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
1989 Japan Academy Award for Newcomer of the Year
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Special Planning Award
1989 Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year

Top cast

Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Japanese
Japan

Awards won

1989 Japan Academy Award for Newcomer of the Year

Awarded for Presented by Discipline Award shared with
The Silk Road Drama Film
Nippon Academy-shō Association for Excellence in Japanese Film
Film

Wikipedia

Check Anna Nakagawa on wikipedia.

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