For the one year anniversary of Mr. Hata and T’s reunion, over the past three days Ian has retweeted each part of their story translated into Japanese at the exact same time as the original English Tweets were posted. Links to the recent Japanese-version and the original English-version can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
Part 3 of the series directed by Ian for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, has just been published. The column and accompanying video feature “Toko-san”, the Tea Ceremony Room located inside the Imperial Hotel. Links to parts 1-3 of this series can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
It has been six years since the March 11, 2011, triple disasters of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown struck Japan. On the DocumentingIan Blog, Ian has shared about events he has taken part in to mark the anniversary, including: “Fukushima Storyteller” press conference at Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan and film screening at Brown University (INFO) Workshop and screening in Vancouver, Canada (INFO) Screening and Q&A in Edmonton, Canada (INFO)
Suturing Cultures, Ian’s latest documentary program, is now available to stream for free On Demand from the NHK World website until February 20. A direct link to the film can be found here, more information about the documentary can be found on the Documenting Ian blog here, and a link to an Director’s Interview can be found here.
Leading up the broadcast premier of Suturing Cultures, Ian’s latest film, a private conversation between the director and his sister edited together with old family photos has been published on the homepage for the film. Details on the piece as well as the broadcast information can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
The second in a series of documentary-style videos directed by Ian for the Imperial Hotel Tokyo was published this week. Accompanied by a column written by Ian, links and the backstory for the project can be found on the Documenting Ian blog.
Details about “Suturing Cultures”, Ian’s latest documentary, have just been published on the Documenting Blog. The film follows a group of young Japanese medical students as they prepare for a future of becoming doctors when they must navigate issues of culture, religion and sexual orientation… in English.