20 Japanese and international films screened at theaters, temples, cafes and college campuses throughout the city of Hiroshima and some not-to-be-missed guests.
Dates: December 6, 2013 – December 15. 2013 Cost: ¥1000/screening (free screenings also scheduled) Venues: Hiroshima University (Senda-machi Campus), Hiroshima City University, Yokogawa Cinema, Cafe Teatro Abierto, Cinetwin Shintenchi, Shinko-ji Temple, Chosen Gakuen. Scroll down for map of venue locations.
Films in English or with English subtitles
Poetry of Resilience (2011, 53min)
A2-B-C (2013, 71min)
Grey Matter – Matière Grise (2011, excerpt)
Hope For the Future (2011, 7min)
“Hope for the Future” (2011, 7 min, Yves Kamuronsi and Mick Broderick) . Excerpts from the above two films will be shown along with the trailer to Hotel Rawanda, an excerpt from Rawanda: Beyond The Deadly Pit and the 7min short Confession by Kivu Ruhorahoza as part of a panel discussion on Rawanda through film. Panelists include Mick Broderick of Murdoch University, and Yves Kamuronsi, Deputy Director of the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre. The panel discussion is on Saturday, December 7 from 18:30 (doors open 18:00) in the Multimedia Studio on the 6th Floor of the North Wing of the Machizukuri Shimin Plaza next to Fukuromachi Elementary School. Yves Kamuronsi will also be participating in the free seminar Transmitting the Experiences of Hiroshima & Nagasaki to Future Generations held earlier the same day.
Photographs by long-time anti-nuclear activist Kenji Higuchi at Cafe Teatro de Abierto from Dec.12.
Photographs by Kazutomo Tashiro When Hamayuris in bloom in Sanriku and Fukushima 2011-2013 at Shinko-ji Temple on December 15.
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About the Hiroshima Peace Film Festival
Co-organizered by Hiroshima Peace Film Festival voluntary organizing committee (since 2005) and Hiroshima City University Social Collaboration Project
“The creation of film culture based on succession of the film cultural heritage of Hiroshima”
Hiroshima Peace Film Festival (HPFF) is held biennially focusing on the theme of peace and the memory of Hiroshima and the making peace through film and filmmaking.
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