Join Nakayoshi at the San Francisco premire of “Stories from Tohoku” at the annual CAAMfest 2014!
“STORIES FROM TOHOKU urges us not to forget. The documentary gives a voice to the survivors — many still living in temporary housing, struggling to make ends meet — while skillfully interweaving their stories with those of Japanese American leaders continuing to raise money and organizing trips to the region. The endurance and frustration of the survivors and the hope inspired by their visitors are explored in this complex portrait. Uplifting footage of the first foreign delegation, led by Olympic gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi, to visit this trans-Pacific community is also shown.” – Sharon Mizota
Guests In Attendance: Dianne Fukami (Co-director/Producer) and Eli Olson (Co-director)
Co-presented by the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC)
Visit the official CAAMfest page to learn more about the movie: CLICK HERE
Sundance Kabuki Cinema | 1881 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115
Wednesday March 19th, 8:30pm
Please contact Natsumi Inoue at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a ticket (possibly with a group discount if we get a group of 6 for $60 deal!). Otherwise, tickets are available now if you’d like to make your own arrangements and meet with us at the venue!
**Must be 21+ to enter Sundance Kabuki Theater for evening shows**
Let’s meet at the lobby at 7:30pm before the show begins at 8:30pm – enough time to get popcorns and good seats 🙂
Please let us know if you have any questions and see you at the movie!
Facebook Event Page: CLICK HERE