Remember When It Was Like This?

FREE PROGRAM

The “power of place” endures in this collection from past editions of Visual Communications/DISKovery Center filmmaking initiative for older adults, Digital Histories. This grouping celebrates Little Tokyo and its many cultural institutions, yet keeps a wary eye on an increasingly uncertain future. — Abraham Ferrer

Featuring:

KATO SEWING MACHINE STORE (Hideko Ibaraki / 2011 / 5 mins)
LIVING TIME CAPSULE: LITTLE TOKYO ARTS & GIFTS (David Osako / 2014 / 8 mins)
MORE THAN 1,000 WORDS (Steve Nagano / 2012 / 9 mins)
OBON JIVERS, THIS ONE’S FOR YOU (Christy Ishimine / 2011 / 6 mins)
POPO (Fran Ito / 2013 / 5 mins)
THE UYEDA FAMILY: GROWING UP IN JAPANESE TOWN (Genevieve Lew / 2009 / 11 mins)
REMEMBERING RAFU MANDOLIN CLUB (David Osako / 2015 / 8 mins)
U-SPACE (Jeannie Wong / 2015 / 5 mins)
WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE MONUMENT’S MEN IN LITTLE TOKYO? (Cathy Uchida / 2015 / 5 mins)

This program is part of Visual Communications’ CENTERING THE MASSES series at 341 FSN. For exact running order of shorts programs, visit vcmedia.org/centerthemass.

Dates & Times
Past
341 FSN

Sat May 4
12:30 pm