To coincide with the reopening of the FUJIFILM SQUARE showrooms on the first and second floors of Fujifilm's head office at the Tokyo Midtown complex on December 23, 2008, Fujifilm is pleased to exhibit a number of Oscar, Emmy and Academy Awards the company has won for its outstanding achievements in color negative film.
A250 was a brand of color negative film for motion pictures produced by Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd., and was the recipient of wide global acclaim and several domestic and international awards, including the Oscar in March 1982 and the US Academy Award of Merit for Scientific or Technical Achievement. This color negative film also won the Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the category of Outstanding Achievement, Engineering Development in September 1982.
The F-series of color negative films was developed with the aim of responding to the diversifying needs of film users, and constantly sought to enhance ease of use and the realization of high-resolution images. In 1990, the F-series was recognized for its wide array of distinctive features with its selection for the Scientific and Engineering Award of the prestigious Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.