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- Stories of courage and sacrifice during the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
- -JAPAN PREMIERE- Documentary Film Screening
- Monday, March 4, 7:00 pm, Lecture Hall
- Director: Regge Life (1989 US－Japan Creative Artist)
- Length: 85 min
- Admission: Free (reservation required)
- Language: English (with Japanese subtitles, consecutive interpretation)
- Co-sponsored by the Japan-US Friendship Commission (JUSFC)
Regge Life (Producer/Director)： Regge Life’s award winning ethnographic documentaries on Asian, West Africa, and the Caribbean have won him international praise. His films are part of the permanent collections at more than 800 schools and libraries worldwide. After serving as an NEA Creative Artist Fellow in Japan, he went to produce an award-winning trilogy of films; Struggle and Success: The African American Experience in Japan, Doubles: Japan and America’s Intercultural Children, After American…After Japan. In television, Mr. Life’s work, as a director and production executive, is evident on many well-known shows, including SWEET AUBURN for America’s Black Forum, THE COSBY SHOW and A DIFFERENT WORLD and SESAME STREET.