Tomotaka Tasaka

Biography

Born in Hiroshima Prefecture, he began working at Nikkatsu's Kyoto studio in 1924 and eventually came to prominence for a series of realist, humanist films made at Nikkatsu's Tamagawa studio in the late 1930s such as Robō no ishi and Mud and Soldiers, both of which starred Isamu Kosugi.

0 titles Directing Writing

7.4

Koto—The Lake of Tears 湖の琴

1966 · Director

7.1

Cold Rice, Osan, Chan Hiya-meshi to Osan to Chan

1965 · Director

6.8

A House in the Quarter 五番町夕霧楼

1963 · Director

7.4

A Carpenter and Children ちいさこべ

1962 · Director

8.1

Run, Genta, Run! はだかっ子

1961 · Director

7.4

A Slope in the Sun 陽のあたる坂道

1958 · Director

The Baby Carriage 乳母車

1956 · Director

5.9

The Maid's Kid 女中ッ子

1955 · Director

6.1

Victory Song 必勝歌

1945 · Director

7.1

Mud and Soldiers 土と兵隊

1939 · Director

6.9

Five Scouts 五人の斥候兵

1938 · Director

A Pebble by the Wayside Robo no ishi

1938 · Director

Behold This Mother この母を見よ

1930 · Director

6.5

Town of Love 愛の町

1928 · Director

0 titles Directing Writing

6.8

A House in the Quarter 五番町夕霧楼

1963 · Writer

7.4

A Carpenter and Children ちいさこべ

1962 · Screenplay

7.4

A Slope in the Sun 陽のあたる坂道

1958 · Screenplay

5.9

The Maid's Kid 女中ッ子

1955 · Screenplay

6.9

Five Scouts 五人の斥候兵

1938 · Original Story