Kiyoshi Inoue CV
Born in Fukuoka. While studying philosophy at Chuo University's Cultural Division, he participated as a manager of movie extras in the feature film "Weekend Shuffle," directed by Nakamura Genji.  After that, he began working as an assistant director and assistant producer. He moved to the United States in 1989, and through The UCLA's Extension program (Entertainment Certificate Program) he studied screenwriting, acting, and production in various workshops. In 1991 he returned to Japan to participate in ongoing film production including “Lost In Translation” which won Oscar for best writing, original screenplay in 2002.
He established Agung Inc. in 2004.
Selected Filmography (from 2000)
2013 "Apoyan Running International Airport" (TV series)
TBS Thursdays (On Air: 2013 Jan-Mar), Producer
2011 "Hayabusa"(feature film)
20th Century Fox, Directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi (Released 2011) , Producer
2009 "Elevator to the Gallows" (feature film)
Kadokawa, Directed by Akira Ogata (Released 2010), Associate Producer
2008 "Subaru" (feature film)
Warner Brothers, Directed by Li Chingai (Released 2010), Production Executive

"The Clone Returns Home"(feature film)
Agung Inc., Directed by Kanji Nakajima (Released 2009), Producer
* Sundance Film Festival Best International Film, nominated

"20th Century Boy" Parts 1 & 2(feature films),
Toho, Directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi, Line Producer
2007 "Moryo no Hako"(feature film)
Showgate, Directed by Masato Harada, Original story by Natsuhiko Kyogoku, Producer
2006 "Mushishi/Bug Master" (feature film)
Toshiba Entertainment, Directed by Katsuhiro Otomo, Starring Jo Odagiri, Associate Producer
* Venice Film Festival best film, nominated
2005 "Shacho wo Dase!" (TV film)
Nihon Television, Yomiuri Television, Starring Kyoka Suzuki, Line Producer
2002 “Lost In Translation” (feature film)
Focus Features, Directed by Sofia Coppola, Starring Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Line Produder