Born in 1966, Tsuchiya began producing video art and became involved in media activism which experimented with social change utilizing independent media. His unique feature length documentary The New God (1999) was awarded the FIPRESCI Special Mention at the Yamagata IDFF and was also invited to the Berlinale Forum. His first feature length fiction PEEP 'TV' SHOW (2003) took the FIPRESCI prize in the Tiger Competition at the IFFR. His second feature length fiction GFP Bunny (2012) took the Best Picture Award in the Japanese film competition at the Tokyo IFF and was screened at the IFFR.
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