International Affairs


Born in Tokyo, 1974.
After having graduated from Nihon University College of Art, Hasegawa joined in International Sales Department at Toei Company, Ltd.
Having left the company, Hasegawa had been engaged in support projects for international co-productions at the public interest incorporated foundation UNIJAPAN, and Tokyo Project Gathering (TPG), the financing and co-production market by TIFFCOM.
Since 2011, he has been involved in programming at SKIP CITY INTERNATIONAL D-Cinema FESTIVAL, also serving as a director of programming since 2017.

General Manager


Born in Yamaguchi.
After having graduated from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Kubota had started her career in Publicity Department at Asmik, Inc. (currently known as Asmik Ace, Inc.), later worked in Copyright Management Team and Coordination Team in the company.
She has joined Bridgehead in 2013, being engaged in assisting producers and managing affiliated creators.
Highlights of her past publicity titles include “Trainspotting” (1996/Dir. Danny Boyle), “Fargo” (1996/Dir. Joel Coen), “Being John Malkovich” (2000/Dir. Spike Jones), “Before Night Falls” (2001/Dir. Julian Schnabel), “Donnie Darko” (2002/Dir. Richard Kelly), “Ping-Pong” (2002/Dir. Fumihiko Sori), “Hanging Garden” (2005/Dir. Toshiaki Toyoda), and “Tekkonkinkreet” (2006/Dir. Michael Arias).

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