One Day We Arrived in Japan - A documentary film
An intimate epic spanning 10 years and 10,000 miles, One Day We Arrived in Japan reveals how people’s dreams and expectations stand up to a grueling new reality on the other side of the world. Three Brazilian families leave their homeland in pursuit of a better life in Japan – what will happen to each of them? Over the past 25 years, hundreds of thousands of Brazilians of Japanese descent have gone to Japan. This unique documentary brings to light the gripping personal stories behind a major transnational phenomenon.
Produced and co-directed by Aaron Litvin, a Harvard College alum.
Visit www.onedaywearrivedinjapan.com for more info about the film and the Kickstarter campaign!
FLOWERS NIBAN by Toshee (aka Alain de Leonardis AB '97)
by Toshee (aka Alain de Leonardis AB '97)
Available at "One Hundred Views of Japan" at The Gabba Gallery
3126 Beverly Blvd
March 12-April 2
Artist's reception on March 12
CAST ME IF YOU CAN - trailer
Posted by Atsushi Ogata
Hi, here’s the trailer for our charming romantic comedy CAST ME IF YOU CAN, which will be released in the US and Canada on DVD on January 24th. Watch, enjoy and spread the word!Read more