Yoshihiro Nishimura was born on 1 April, 1967 in Taito City, Tokyo, Japan, is a Make-up artistSpecial effectsFilm directorScreenwriter. Discover Yoshihiro Nishimura’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Occupation||Make-up artistSpecial effectsFilm directorScreenwriter|
|Age||54 years old|
|Born||1 April 1967|
|Birthplace||Taito City, Tokyo, Japan|
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In 2011, Nishimura directed the “Killer” music video for Osaka rock band The 50 Kaitenz (ザ５０回転ズ , The 50 Kaitenz) .
Nishimura started his own effects company based in Tokyo, Nishimura Eizo Co., Ltd. Partnering with visual effects company Studio Buckhorn and Studio HigeMigane in 2010, it became part of Pabaan: The Image Production Group.
In 2010, Nishimura co-directed Mutant Girls Squad with Noboru Iguchi and Tak Sakaguchi, as well as directing the action/horror film Helldriver, his first solo directing duty since “Tokyo Gore Police.” The same year, he created the special effects for Horny House of Horror, starring AV starlets Asami, Mint Suzuki, and Saori Hara.
In 2009, he did the makeup effects on Samurai Princess (also called Samurai Princess: Devil Princess) for director Kengo Kaji, and also on director Kōsuke Suzuki’s Stop the Bitch Campaign. For the 2009 production of Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl (吸血少女対少女フランケン , Kyūketsu Shōjo tai Shōjo Furanken) , Nishimura teamed with Naoyuki Tomomatsu as co-director and with fight choreographer Taku Sakaguchi who had previously worked with Nishimura on Tokyo Gore Police and Meatball Machine. The movie had its world premier at the New York Asian Film Festival on June 26 and opened in Japan August 15, 2009.
Nishimura worked with Noboru Iguchi again in 2008 when he was in charge of special effects and makeup effects for the low-budget action and gore film The Machine Girl. When he finished The Machine Girl, Media Blasters, the USA distributors of the DVD, asked if he wanted to do another movie. He decided to do a re-make of his earlier short film Anatomia Extinction from 1995 and created the science fiction horror movie Tokyo Gore Police. Nishimura co-wrote the screenplay, directed the movie, did the special make-up effects and modeling, and had a small cameo role as well. Nishimura said that one difference was that as director, he could no longer take naps during breaks as he could when he was only concerned with special effects.
For several years, Nishimura did special effects and special makeup effects for a number of movies including the controversial thriller from Sion Sono, Suicide Club, and Noboru Iguchi’s 2003 comedy-romance-horror A Larva to Love (恋する幼虫 , Koi-suru Yōchū) . In 2005, he did the special effects for the science fiction horror film Meatball Machine (ミートボールマシン , Mîtobōru mashin) directed by Yūdai Yamaguchi and Jun’ichi Yamamoto. One review of the film says “the makeup and special effects that the film is sold on are solid. Produced on a very meager budget, the make-up appliances look great.”
He started making films while in junior high school by teaching himself about filming, lighting, special effects and modeling. In 1995 with a small crew he made the independently produced movie Anatomia Extinction (Genkai jinkō keisū). Nishimura wrote the screenplay, directed, and did the special effects. The film was shown at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival in February 1995 where it won a Special Jury Award. The film would later form the basis for Tokyo Gore Police.
Nishimura, born on April 1, 1967, had been interested in film from childhood but a major influence on his career was a painting by Salvador Dalí with distorted human bodies that he saw when in elementary school. He majored in law in college. Nishimura has said that he doesn’t watch much television or movies but reads horror magazines and gets much of his inspiration from his dreams.