On November 26, 2017, the DocumentingIan-produced Boys for Sale will screen for the first time in Japan. The screening, which will be followed by a panel discussion, will take place during the annual Tokyo AIDS Week events. More information about the screening can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
This week, the DocumentingIan-produced Boys for Sale will screen in two cities in Mexico, Ecuador and Romania. The film also announced its Australian Premier set for February 2018. Details of the screenings are on the DocumentingIan Blog.
Following the rebroadcast on October 29th and 30th, “Dying at Home”, Ian’s NHK World-commissioned documentary about a home hospice doctor in rural Japan, is now available On Demand for free until November 13. More information about the program can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog. 「Dying at Home」（在宅緩和ケアについて）の番組が、NHK Worldのオンデマンドにて、11月13日まで無料で観られます。
Following the East Coast Premier in New York City’s NewFest, the DocumentingIan-produced Boys for Sale was called one “one of the standout documentaries of the year” by the Diva Review and was given 4.5 stars by the James Wegg Review. Links to the reviews and highlights from the screening in New York can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
The documentary “Boys for Sale“, on which Ian served as the executive producer, has received the award for Best Documentary at the 2017 Durban Gay & Lesbian Film Festival in South Africa. More on that and upcoming screenings in Atlanta, Taipei, Berlin and NYC can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
Nine more screenings of the DocumentingIan-produced documentary “Boys For Sale” have been announced. From Mexico to Romania, the total number of screenings in international film festivals is now 22. More information about the screenings, including the East Coast Premier in NYC’s NewFest, can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.
“Dying at Home”, Ian’s 2016 documentary about home care doctor Dr. Kaoru Konta, will be re-broadcast around the world on the NHK World channel and (free) app. Times for the four screenings on October 30 can be found on the NHK World page for the documentary, while more about Dr. Konta and Ian’s relationship with her and her patients can be found on the DocumentingIan blog.