Haru Kuroki

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Haru Kuroki
Kuroki Haru from "Director in Focus- Shunji Iwai" at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2016 (33258568060) (cropped).jpg
Haru Kuroki at the 2016 Tokyo International Film Festival
Born (1990-03-14) March 14, 1990 (age 31)
OccupationActress
Years active2010–present
Height1.64 m (5 ft 4+12 in)

Haru Kuroki (黒木 華, Kuroki Haru, born 14 March 1990) [1] is a Japanese actress. She gained international recognition by winning Silver Bear (Best Actress Award) at Berlin International Film Festival in 2014, for her performance in Yoji Yamada's film The Little House .

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Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleDirector(s)NotesRef(s)
2011 Tokyo Oasis YasukoKana Matsumoto
Kayo Nakamura
2012 Wolf Children Yuki Mamoru Hosoda Voice role
Bungo: Sasayaka na Yokubō Ayako Nobuhiro Yamashita
2013A Chair on the PlainsYayoi Toma Izuru Narushima
The Great Passage Midori Kishibe Yuya Ishii
The Flower of Shanidar Kyoko Mitsuki Gakuryū Ishii Lead role
Don't Lose HeartShizuko Shibata (young) Yoshihiro Fukagawa
2014 The Little House Taki Nunomiya Yoji Yamada
Silver Spoon Ayame Minamikujō Keisuke Yoshida
2015 A Stitch of Life YōkoTamio Hayashi
The Case of Hana & Alice Ogino Shunji Iwai Voice role
The Curtain Rises Misako Yoshioka Katsuyuki Motohiro
Solomon's Perjury Part 1: Suspicion Emiko Moriuchi Izuru Narushima
Solomon's Perjury Part 2: Judgement Emiko MoriuchiIzuru Narushima
The Boy and the Beast Ichirōhiko (young) Mamoru Hosoda Voice role
Nagasaki: Memories of My Son Machiko Sata Yoji Yamada
2016 A Bride for Rip Van Winkle Nanami Minakawa Shunji Iwai Lead role
Emiabi no Hajimari to HajimariNatsumiKensaku Watanabe
The Long Excuse Fukunaga Miwa Nishikawa
Fueled: The Man They Called Pirate Hatsumi Ogawa Takashi Yamazaki
2017To Each His OwnMiki Igarashi Izuru Narushima
Lear of the Beach Nobuko Masahiro Kobayashi
2018 Mirai MiraiMamoru HosodaVoice role
Samurai's PromiseSatomi Sakashita Daisaku Kimura
Every Day a Good DayNoriko Tatsushi Ōmori Lead role
The Antique Shioriko ShinokawaYukiko MishimaLead role
It Comes Kana Tahara Tetsuya Nakashima
Million Dollar ManMasako ŌkuraKeishi Ōtomo
2020My Sweet Grappa RemediesWakabayashi-chanAkiko Ōku
The Asadas Wakana Kawakami Ryōta Nakano [2]
Under the StarsShōko Tatsushi Ōmori [3]
2021Teacher, Please Sit Next to MeSawakoTakahiro Horie [4]

Television

YearTitleRoleNetworkNotesRef(s)
2012–2013 Jun to Ai Chika Tanabe NHK Asadora; 78 episodes
2013Mahoro Ekimae BangaichiYukari Miyamoto TV Tokyo Episode 8
Legal High 2 Jane Honda Fuji TV
Aru Hi, Bakudan ga Ochite KiteHaruka NagamineFuji TVTelevision special
2014 Hanako and Anne Kayo AndoNHKAsadora; 138 episodes
Asaichi no YomesanKayo AndoNHKHanako to Anne spin-off; Television special
Gou Gou, The Cat Minami Wowow
2015Murder on the Orient ExpressSayuri MikiFuji TVTwo-part television special
The Emperor's Cook Toshiko Takahama TBS
2016 Sanada Maru UmeNHK Taiga drama
Sleepeeer Hit! Kokoro KurosawaTBSLead role
Gou Gou, The Cat 2 MinamiWowow
2017Mio Tsukushi Ryōri-chōMioNHKLead role
2018 Segodon Ito IwayamaNHKTaiga drama
2019Nagi's Long VacationNagi ŌshimaTBSLead role [5]
2020Cold Case Season 3WowowEpisode 7 [6]

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated work(s)ResultRef.
20135th Tama Movie AwardsBest New ActressA Chair on the Plains, The Great Passage and The Flower of ShanidarWon [7]
26th Nikkan Sports Film Awards Best Newcomer A Chair on the Plains and The Great PassageWon [8]
2014 37th Japan Academy Film Prize Newcomer of the YearWon [9]
23rd Tokyo Sports Film Awards Best Newcomer Won [10]
56th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Newcomer A Chair on the Plains, The Great Passage, and The Flower of ShanidarWon [11]
87th Kinema Junpo Awards Best New ActressA Chair on the Plains, The Great Passage and othersWon [12]
35th Yokohama Film Festival Best New ActressWon [13]
23rd Japanese Movie Critics Awards Best NewcomerA Chair on the PlainsWon [14]
64th Berlin International Film Festival Silver Bear for Best Actress The Little HouseWon [15]
2015 38th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Supporting Actress Won [16]
85th Television Drama Academy AwardsBest Supporting ActressThe Emperor's CookWon [17]
8th Tokyo Drama Awards Best ActressWon [18]
2016 39th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Supporting ActressNagasaki: Memories of My SonWon [19]
89th Kinema Junpo Awards Best Supporting ActressNagasaki: Memories of My Son, The Curtain Rises and Solomon's PerjuryWon [20]
41st Hochi Film Awards Best ActressA Bride for Rip Van WinkleNominated [21]
Best Supporting ActressNagasaki: Memories of My SonNominated [21]
86th Television Drama Academy AwardsBest ActressSleepeeer Hit!Won [22]
201759th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actress A Bride for Rip Van WinkleNominated [23]
40th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Actress Won [24]
11th Asian Film Awards Best Actress Nominated [25]
26th Japanese Professional Movie Awards Best ActressWon [26]
32nd Takasaki Film FestivalBest Supporting ActressLear of the BeachWon [27]
201860th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [28]
31st Nikkan Sports Film Awards Best Actress Every Day a Good Day and The AntiqueNominated
201973rd Mainichi Film Awards Best Actress Every Day a Good DayNominated
61st Blue Ribbon AwardsBest ActressNominated
28th Tokyo Sports Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Every Day a Good Day and It ComesNominated
42nd Japan Academy Film Prize Best ActressEvery Day a Good DayNominated [29]
12th Tokyo Drama Awards Best Supporting ActressWeakest BeastWon
202013th Tokyo Drama AwardsBest ActressNagi's Long VacationWon [30]
45th Hochi Film AwardsBest Supporting ActressThe AsadasNominated [31]
33rd Nikkan Sports Film Awards Best Supporting ActressNominated [32]
202163rd Blue Ribbon Awards Best Supporting ActressNominated [33]
44th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Supporting ActressWon [34]

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