Documentary film on the Deaf people earthquake victims to be shown in Nagoya City in May


The documentary film on the Deaf people in Miyagi Prefecture where the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit will be shown on May 5 (national holiday), 14:00-16:00 in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture as a charity event for funding raising.

The 28-minute film, titled "A Bridge: The Current State of The Deaf Victims in Miyagi Prefecture Hit by the Great East Japan Earthquake," which a film maker IMAMURA Ayako visited the prefecture, interviewed the victims and their supporters and recorded by filming.

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She will speak how she felt, what she thought through her coverage, after the screening as a part of the program.

Pre-registration requested.

The admission fee of 1,000 yen and more will be donated to the Japanese Federation of the Deaf's Relief Fund.

1 comment:

Rachel - Samurai Tours said...

Would you please mention our special 2 week tour for the deaf we are hosting in Japan? Our company is Samurai Tours (, I am a CODA, and we have been able to set up a tour with an ASL interpreter provided, for this tour. Its going to be great! Link to our blog: and can sign up at our website. Thank you :)