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Official Partners


As a "general housing company" that always stands by you, KINOSHITA GROUP supports various a『ts, cultu『es and sports so as to realize a society where everyone can enjoy both material and spiritual wealth. The Tokyo International Film Festival, which contributes a lot to the film industry of』apan and Asia and to the promotion of culture, has developed into one of the largest film festivals in Asia. This year, they are celebrating their 30th anniversary. We offer our overall support to the festival, because we believe in the "power of film" that gives us dreams and hopes.

Coca-Cola (Japan) Company, Limited

Coca-Cola was born in 1886, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The late 1800's also coincide with the birth of the motion picture. Coca-Cola, throughout the 130 years of its history, has delivered happiness and great taste to all that have taken a bottle in thei『 hands, from modest everyday moments to grand festive occasions. The motion picture, which draws its audience into its world and leaves them with long-lasting inspiration, is the ultimate form of entertainment. Once again this year, Coca-Cola is supporting the Tokyo International Film Festival. Please enjoy the unique fervor of this world-class event as well as the perfect match between Coca-Cola and cinema.

American Airlines, Inc.

American Airlines offers an average of nearly 6,700 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries. American is a founding member of the oneworld®alliance. Currently, American Airlines serves Tokyo Haneda (HND) and Tokyo Narita (NRT) with nonstop service to Los Angeles International (LAX) and NRT to Chicago O'Hare International (ORD) and Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW). With fully Lie-flat seats with direct aisle access in Flagship®Business, customers can stretch out across the Pacific in comfort. As Hollywood's preferred airline, American Airlines is proud to sponsor the Tokyo International Film Festival and connect film and culture.

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Official Partners