Filming of Japanese TV series “Asami Mitsuhiko”

Shooting of a scene of the Japanese detective TV series “Asami Mitsuhiko” were in Vladivostok.

Japanese TV film crew of Fuji Television Network, Inc. with the support of VLADIVOSTOK FILM COMMISSION shoot an episode of detective television film “Asami Mitsuhiko”, based on the Yasuo Uchida novel. “Asami Mitsuhiko” is one of the most unique detective story that captured the hearts of Japanese readers of the riddles and original story. The general circulation of the bestselling reached one hundred million copies.

Shooting were the first came outside of Japan in honor of the 50th anniversary of the TV series. Japanese cruise ship ASUKA 2 has become a major film set where events unfold. 10 and 11 September 2013 cruise ship ASUKA 2 reached a port of Vladivostok, where the history of the detective continued. On board the ship arrived more than 50 members of the folm crew. Filming took place in Vladivostok at the Passenger Terminal in the port, near the railway station and the species the site near Eagle hill.


"The Human Trust" Junji Sakamoto. Filming in Khabarovsk

Vladivostok Film Commission was the organizer of the Russian stage of the filming of the Japanese film company КИНО, director Junji Sakamoto «The human trust».

Equipment, as well as part of the Russian crew arrived from Vladivostok to Khabarovsk.

From February 26 to March 1, Khabarovsk streets turned into the set of Japanese film. The crew of 60 people, led by the famous director Junji Sakamoto arrived from Japan on February 25. In the film attended the famous Japanese actors: Koichi Sato, Shingo Katori, Jo Odagiri, Moriyama Mirai, and Korean actor Yu Ji Tae . In the episodes of the film starring actors from Vladivostok: Alexander Zaporozhets and Vadim Zamaraev. In the crowd scenes attended by residents of Khabarovsk.

The shooting took place in a park on the stadium named by Lenin, at the Railway station, near the Parish of St. Innocent of Irkutsk, in the hotel "Amur" and in one of the restaurants in town.

Pre-production in Russia has taken about a year. Russian actor’s auditions held in theaters in Vladivostok and Khabarovsk. The shooting took place five days. The Russian group: makeup artist, costume designer, lighting assistants, actors - the team from Vladivostok.

Shooting of the film continued in the Asia-Pacific region - Japan, USA and Thailand. In the United States shooting took place in the General Assembly Hall of the headquarters of the United Nations in New York.

Documentary-feature film by Italian director Tommaso Mottola

Vladivostok Film Commission permanent member of the Asian Film Commissions Network with Norwegian company ORTO POLARE and Primorsky Regional Drama Academic Theatre named after Maxim Gorky in Vladivostok involved in the production of the documentary KARENINA AND I, Italian director TOMMASO MOTTOLA.

The film is a history of the Norwegian actress Gørild Mauseth, which is preparing to play the role of Anna Karenina in the joint Russian -Norwegian statement on the scene of academic Primorsky Regional Drama Academic Theatre named after Maxim Gorky in Vladivostok.

Together with her family she travels from Europe across Russia to Vladivostok in the search for the image of Anna Karenina and the knowledge of the depth of Russian soul through the works of Lev Tolstoy.

For three weeks the actress finds Russia and Russian culture, meeting with writers, musicians, actors, directors and ordinary people on the trains and in the following cities of Murmansk, Kem ( Solovki ), St. Petersburg, Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Vladivostok.

Shooting of the film "The Seventh code" Kiyoshi Kurosawa in Vladivostok

Shooting of a movie "The Seventh Code" directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa were in Vladivostok in June.

This is the story of a girl named Akiko, who comes from Tokyo to Vladivostok in search of a Japanese businessman Matsunaga .

The film stars are well-known Japanese actors Atsuko Maeda and Ryohei Suzuki, as well as Vladivostok theater’s actors: Vladimir Sergiyakov, Elena Andreeva, Viktor Galkin, Adison Salakhutdinov and others.

Pre-production took about two months, and the shooting took place themselves within a week.

Railway Station, circus, Vladivostok Arbat , abandoned barracks on the Russian island of became sets of the film.

Vladivostok Film Commission was the organizer of the filming in Russia.