Fumiro is a director and VFX artist. As an editor, films he worked on were recognized or premiered at festivals such as the Venice Film Festival ("Monte" 2016, directed by Amir Naderi) and as an online editor, the Berlin Film Festival ("Ryuichi Sakamoto: async Live at the Park Avenue Armory" 2018). In fact, Naderi won the "Glory To The Filmmaker” award at the 73rd Venice Film Festival for this film.
At post-production house McRay/Tokyo, he worked as an Autodesk Inferno edit suite assistant, at the Tokyo-based creative agency UltraSuperNew he planned and directed TV commercials, and he started his career as a 3D modeler for a Japanese Animated television series. Fumiro is based in Brooklyn and spends his weekends experimenting with 3D sculpting and web development projects.
I worked as finishing editor for the film "Nude at Heart." It won the Grand Jury Prize in the Kaleidoscope at the largest documentary film festival in North America.
“I was a Simple Man,” directed by Christopher Yogi, screened at Sundance Film Festival 2021. Fumiro did all the Visual Effects treatment of the film in Nuke and Flame. Christopher mentioned Fumiro’s name at the director’s interview.
Fumiro VFX supervised Tribeca Film Festival 2020 International Narrative Competition Special Jury Mention winning movie “Ainu Mosir” is now playing on Netflix.
VFX/Finishing movie “Ryuichi Sakamoto: async” is now playing on MUBI.