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|Tokyo Sports Film Award|
|Awarded for||Excellence in film making|
|Presented by||Tokyo Sports|
The Tokyo Sports Film Award (東京スポーツ映画大賞, Tōkyō Supōtsu Eiga Taishō) are film-specific prizes awarded solely by the Tokyo Sports .
There are following categories:
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