Japanese film maker, Hideyuki Tokigawa, began his career in Singapore working for Discovery Channel Asia, before returning to Tokyo to work for Walt Disney Television International , where he lead the TV Production Unit as Senior Producer.
In 2002 he worked with one of the most famous film director Shunji Iwai for World CUP documentary film. And he has studied under Iwai for a while to learn film.
2009, Hideyuki has set up the company, TimeRiver Pictures, Inc.
He directs feature films, documentaries, TV commercials and music videos.
2012, He wrote and direct his first feature film "Radio Love". It started in small theater of Hiroshima then it spread to nation wide in Japan.
2014, He wrote and direct a feature film "Cinema Angel". it was made for the actual over 100years old movie theater's closing.
2018, he directed the film “Hiroshima Carp Theater” which is story around baseball team of Carp and Hiroshima city.