Through the PFF Scholarship program, established in 1984, PFF Award winners present the plans and script for their next film. The selected filmmaker will be exclusively assigned a producer for a one year development period assisting them realize goals toward the completion of the film.
The PFF Scholarship production system offers total support from pre-production to distribution, securing domestic release and international film festival presence. Many of today's bright, young talents working in the Japanese film industry made their feature film debut through the Scholarship Program.
Listed below, starting from the most recent, are all the scholarship films produced since the program's inception.
The 17th PFF Scholarship Film
A STRANGER OF MINE
YOSHINO'S BARBER SHOP
HOLE IN THE SKY
THIS WINDOW IS YOURS
DOWN THE DRAIN
A TOUCH OF FEVER
I FOUND MYSELF SMALLER AND SMALLER