Japanese actor Osamu Yamamoto gave a master class at the Tashkent Film Festival
A master class with actor Osamu Yamamoto was held at the Alisher Navoi Cinema House as part of the XV Tashkent International Film Festival "Pearl of the Silk Road".
He came to the event wearing national dress - kimono. The actor emphasized the significant role of holding the film festival in Tashkent as an important platform where students - future cinematographers and actors, residents and guests of the city can ask any questions they are interested in and learn more about the culture of representatives of different countries.
Yamamoto is a native of Japan and is known to the world for such movies as "Sorge", "Prisoner of Sakura", "Palma". During the master class Osamu broke down with the guests the subtleties of acting, shared his experience, and also showed a couple of techniques that are used during filming.
- A movie is not built on the actor's performance alone. It depends on everyone: on the partners on the set, on the director, on the producers. In my work I prefer to trust them, as they trust me as a specialist, and I must trust them, - shares the actor.
In the center of attention of the master class was also "Stanislavsky system", with which Osamu was able to get acquainted closer during the filming of the Russian series "Sorge". The actor prefers not to play his role, but to live in it. And even showed an example of his transformation. He also shared some of his professional activities.