Hitomi KAMANAKA 鎌仲ひとみ

Little Voices From Fukushima

小さき声のカノン-選択する人々

Nippon Visions   ½ 

The name Fukushima has become a synonym for the dangers of nuclear energy, much like Chernobyl. Director Hitomi KAMANAKA analyzes the parallels between the two disasters, travelling to the affected regions in Japan and Belarus. Her interest and compassion lies with the families, especially the children and their mothers who try to protect them. This film lets their voices be heard.


Guests:
Hitomi KAMANAKA

Wed., June 03, 2015, 16:30

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NAXOS Cinema

International premiere in presence of the director Hitomi KAMANAKA

Original with English subtitles

小さき声のカノン-選択する人々
Chiisaki koe no kanon: sentaku suru hitobito

Japan 2014

119 minutes

Director
Hitomi KAMANAKA

Cinematography
Makiko IWATA

Music
Shing02

Production
Bun Bun Films

World sales
Bun Bun Films

About Hitomi KAMANAKA
鎌仲ひとみ

Hitomi KAMANAKA, born in Toyama Prefecture in 1958, studied at Waseda University before working as as an assistant director. She later studied at the National Film Board of Canada and worked as a media activist in New York. After returning to Japan, she focused on environmental topics and produced many documentaries, mainly for television.