It has just been announced that the World Premier of ‘-1287′, Ian’s latest documentary, will be held in London’s Raindance Film Festival (Sept 24-0ct 5). Links to screening information for ‘-1287′ which is described on the Raindance website as “Tragic, humane and not without humour“, can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
Greenpoint Film Festival has just announced the line-up of films for their 2014 edition, and DocumentingIan’s ‘A2-B-C’ is among the official selections! Links to more information on the festival, which takes place in Brooklyn, NY, September 18-21, can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
Ian served as the moderator at the press conference “Fukushima Catastrophe and its Effects on Wildlife” given by Timothy Mousseau at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan. More about the press conference, as well as photos and video, can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
Screenings of ‘A2-B-C’ (2013) and Ian’s latest film ‘-1287′ (2014) continue around the world this month and continue throughout the autumn. More details on upcoming screenings in the US, Germany, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Canada can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
The Asian Premier of Ian’s newest documentary ‘-1287′ (2014, 70 min, JAPAN) will take place in the Taiwan International Documentary Film Festival (October 9-19). The film, pronounced ‘minus-one-two-eight-seven’ will be one of 15 films in the International Competition. Read the full story and more about the film on the DocumentingIan Blog.
As the Japan-wide theatrical release of ‘A2-B-C’ continues to unfold private screenings of the film are being held in cities across the country. While Ian is not able to attend all of the private screenings, he has recently held post-screening Q&A sessions with audiences in the prefectures of Saitama, Ibaraki and Nagano, as well as the cities of Tokyo, Kobe [...]
After a successful six-week run in the cinema in Tokyo (STORY), theatrical release of ‘A2-B-C’ extends to the Western Japan cities of Hiroshima and Nagoya (HERE), Kyoto (HERE) and Osaka (HERE).