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Cancer and Fukushima: Who to trust? via The Japan Times

South Korean director Kim Ki-duk is a noted provocateur. His latest movie, “Stop,” is about a Japanese couple who were living near the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant when it suffered a meltdown in March 2011. They evacuate to … Continue reading

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WBEZ’s Worldview ‘Little Voices from Fukushima’ via WBEZ

In her film Little Voices from Fukushima, director Hitomi Kamanaka moves between two communities impacted by nuclear disaster- an area in Belarus that saw the effects of Chernobyl, and a community in Fukushima. Kamanaka looks to Belarus to see what, … Continue reading

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【event】Little Voices from Fukushima via the Center for East Asian Studies, University of Chicago

A screening and discussion with director Hitomi Kamanaka Wednesday, October 7, 7-10 p.m. The Franke Institute for the Humanities (in the Regenstein Library) 1100 East 57th Street, JRL S-102 Chicago, IL 60637 Refreshments will be provided The event is free … Continue reading

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Filmmakers Ash and Kamanaka discuss radiation, secrets and lives via The Japan Times

Dreux Richard Ian Thomas Ash and Hitomi Kamanaka are perhaps the two most widely viewed filmmakers who have produced documentaries about the effects of radioactivity in Fukushima since the March 11, 2011, disaster. Ash’s commitment to the subject arose after … Continue reading

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