Filmmakers in attendance.
A resilient Nisei woman and her family are uprooted from their home in LA and sent to camp in Heart Mountain, Wyoming. She is windowed in camp and is left with 5 kids to raise. At the age of 101, she has to overcome a fractured hip.
Director: George Takaki
Director of Photography: Cory Shiozaki
H.G. Wells said that “Human history, in essence, is the history of ideas.” Digital Histories brings the unique perspectives of our older adult filmmakers and allows them to share their personal, yet universal ideas through their art. Death, camaraderie, displacement, personal passions, belonging, and the appreciation of the little things are given light through imaginative, thoughtful, and sometimes experimental ruminations on life lived today. — Joel Quizon