Tatsuya Kimura (木村 立哉 きむら たつや?, born 1964 in Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese film producer and a critic, and also as known as Hockney Katsushika (葛飾 ホックニー かつしか ほっくにー?), a music producer[1].


Tatsuya Kimura was born in 1964 in Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Debuted as a critic in his high school days. Gradueted Waseda University in Tokyo, 1987[1].

In 1993, he joined in and wrote for Cahiers du cinéma Japon with Shinji Aoyama, Kiyoshi Kurosawa and Makoto Shinozaki[2]. During 2003 - 2007, he nominated new comers for Kido Aword and found new scenarists, Ryo Wada, Tomonori Ozaki and Sachiko Tanaka(later, aka a writer for Kiyosho Kurosawa's Tokyo Sonata)[1]. He worked for The 49th Asia Pacific Film Festival as a director in 2004[1]. In December 2005, Jury for The 9th Scenario Award in Hakodate Port Illumination Film Festival 2005, with Yoichi Sai, George Iida and Hiroshi Aramata[3]. In February, 2006, he acted with his friends and artists like Ay-O, Genpei Akasegawa and Ryuichi Sakamoto in Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo for the first event in the worlds for Nam June Paik's death[1][4].

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