Resistance at Tule Lake: Film Screening and Discussion Thursday, February 22 at 7:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.) Alwan for the Arts – 16 Beaver Street (between Broad Street and Broadway), 4th Floor Suggested Contribution: $10/$5 seniors and students New York-based documentary filmmaker and television journalist Konrad Aderer presents his film Resistance at Tule Lake, which tells the long-suppressed story of 12,000 Japanese Americans … Continue reading Discussion of Incarceration and Resistance at Film Screening
Remember the days of eating school lunch in the cafeteria? If you grew up in America, you can think back to the times of a burger consisting of gray “meat” – with no lettuce or tomato – or a rectangle of pizza with cold cheese. Oh, and don’t forget the sweet acidophilus milk! New York-based scholar Alexis Agliano Sanborn wants to change the way you … Continue reading NYC-Based Scholar Creating Documentary about Japanese School Lunch
Lana Wilson’s latest documentary is now playing at the Metrograph Continue reading Suicide and the Meaning of Life in "The Departure"
An unconventional Buddhist priest who combats suicide Continue reading "The Departure" to Screen at the Metrograph
Two nights of short films by emerging Japanese and Japanese American filmmakers Continue reading New York Japan CineFest 2017 at Asia Society