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

2011/4/18

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.

Film preview link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSA6caqhYFM&feature=player_embedded

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 (www.samuraitours.com), 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: http://samuraitours.blogspot.com/2011/04/special-tour-for-deaf-in-japan-2-week.html and can sign up at our website. Thank you :)