NHK Movie Trailers

Most Popular NHK Trailers

Total trailers found: 32

The Indian Runner Trailer (1991)

19 May 1991

An intensely sad film about two brothers who cannot overcome their opposite perceptions of life. One brother sees and feels bad in everyone and everything, subsequently he is violent, antisocial and unable to appreciate or enjoy the good things which his brother desperately tries to point out to him.

Osama Trailer (2003)

20 May 2003

Teenage girl Osama cuts her hair and dresses like a boy to get a job and support her widowed mother and grandmother.

The Old Man and the Sea Trailer (1999)

03 July 1999

The Old Man and the Sea (Russian: Старик и море) is a 1999 paint-on-glass-animated short film directed by Aleksandr Petrov, based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway.

Supervolcano Trailer (2005)

13 March 2005

Yellowstone is a park, but it's also the deadliest volcano on Earth. Beneath it, a sleeping 'dragon' is stirring.

Pinoy Sunday Trailer (2009)

24 October 2009

The discovery of a discarded sofa, in Taipei city, transforms a routine Sunday into a capricious adventure of perseverance and self-discovery for - Filipino guest workers - Manuel and Dado.

Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie Trailer (1999)

21 August 1999

Sakura Kinomoto, a Card Captor, wins a game of chance and is awarded a trip to Hong Kong, along with her best friend Tomoyo and her rival, Syaoran Li.

4:30 Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

"4:30" traces the relationship between Xiao Wu, an eleven year old Chinese Boy and his tenant Jung, a thirty-something Korean man.

Kidnap Tour Trailer (2016)

02 August 2016

Haru (Toyoshima Hana) is a rather cool fifth-grade elementary school student who shares the same tastes as her mother’s younger sister Yuko (Kaho) and can tell Yuko what she really feels.

Shadowing the Third Man Trailer (2004)

11 October 2004

Documentary about the production of The Third Man (1949).

Inondation une Menace Planétaire Trailer (2016)

12 April 2016

Japan: Earth's Enchanted Islands Trailer (2015)

08 June 2015

In Japan’s crowded archipelago, there are still places where nature thrives – and Japan has a surprisingly vast range of landscapes, from the far north, where sea eagles walk on frozen seas, to subtropical southern islands, with coral reefs and volcanoes, and the central islands, with forested mountains, home to bears and monkeys.

The Miserly Knight/Gianni Schicchi Trailer (2016)

10 January 2016

An impoverished knight is at odds with his rich but miserly father

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year Trailer (2015)

07 February 2015

When NATO troops withdrew from Afghanistan, the Afghan National Army (ANA) took over control of Helmand Province, an extremely dangerous region where attacks by Taliban fighters are the order of the day.

Japanese Salaryman NEO Trailer (2011)

03 November 2011

Shinjo is a new employee at NEO Beer, which is currently ranked fifth in the industry. When NEO’s president demands that they figure out a way to capture the top market share, Sales division chief Nakanishi and his team are struggling to come up with ideas when Shinjo suggests “sexy” as a possible marketing buzzword.

Osamu Tezuka: The Secret of Creation Trailer (1985)

01 January 1985

Osamu Tezuka has often been called “the god of manga” and “the Walt Disney of Japan,” but he was far more than that.

Tee: The True Spirit of Okinawan Karate Trailer (2014)

02 November 2014

Director Miho Niikura examines the modern practice of tee (Okinawan karate), and its attractiveness to Westerners—some of whom travel thousands of miles to study the venerable martial art in its birthplace, Okinawa.

Muybridge's Strings Trailer (2011)

17 September 2011

Koji Yamamura's allegory the immutability of time, love and devotion, and the unbreakable nature of the parent-child bond, into interlacing story.

Planet of Snail Trailer (2011)

20 March 2011

Young-Chan comes from planet of snail where deaf blind people live slow and quiet lives. When Young-Chan came to Earth, nobody understood his language and he was desperate.

Fish of the Fire Trailer (2009)

24 July 2009

Hi no Sakana (火の魚, Fish of the Fire) is a Japanese novel by Murō Saisei; it was first published in 1960, and was later adapted into a single episode TV drama that was broadcast on NHK Hiroshima in 2009.

Inai Inai Baa! Dance with the sun Trailer (2009)

18 March 2009

Sing and dance with the sun.

Bōshi Trailer (2008)

02 August 2008

Cities on Speed : Bogotá Change Trailer (2009)

20 October 2009

A documentary movie about the 90s in Bogotá, Colombia, and the policies brought by the City Mayor, Antennas Mockus.

Okaimono Trailer (2009)

14 February 2009

In a quiet farming village in northeastern Japan, there lives an elderly couple. One day, a notice arrives in the mail about an antique camera sale in Tokyo.

The Best Bad Thing Trailer (1997)

05 May 1997

After her husband's death, Mrs. Hata desperately needs help on her cucumber farm. Rinko' mother wants her to spend the summer helping Mrs.

Nostalgia for the Countryside Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995

Set in a small village in North Vietnam, a tale of awakening which traces a growing love triangle between Nham, an earnest and responsible 17-year-old country boy; the charming Ngu, his lonely and naive sister-in-law with whom he works closely in the fields; and Quyen, a stylishly vivacious expatriate who has just returned from the city, curious about life in the village where she spent her childhood.

Le sacre du printemps Trailer (2004)

16 February 2004

A experimental short based on Igor Strawinskis "Le sacre du printemps" by Oliver Herrmann.

Dans l'ombre des dinosaures Trailer (2007)

13 July 2007

From the House of the Dead Trailer (2007)

20 July 2007

Set in a Siberian prison camp, Janacek's final opera centers on the experiences of recent arrival Alexandre Petrovitch Goriantchikov (Olaf Bar), a nobleman who finds relief from the harsh conditions in the friendship of the illiterate Alyeya (Eric Stoklossa).

Great Natural Wonders of the World Trailer (2002)

01 January 2002

David Attenborough sets out on a journey across the seven continents in search of the most impressive and inspiring natural wonders of our planet.

The Tibetan Book of the Dead Trailer (1994)

04 June 1994

Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this two-part series explores ancient teachings on death and dying and boldly visualises the afterlife according to Tibetan philosophy.

Pura Handa Kaluwara Trailer (1997)

03 January 1997

Drama about a father who refuses to believe in his son's death at war.

Big Bird in Japan Trailer (1988)

01 October 1988

While visiting Japan, Big Bird wanders off from a guided tour bus in Tokyo, and is lost until a Japanese woman helps him get to where he needs to go.