I am happy to announce that Hiroshima Bound will be screening as part of the Reels for Radicals series sponsored by Paper Tiger Television and Deep Dish TV and hosted by Rebecca Centeno.
There will be a discussion of the film as well as the ongoing UN-based International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons which currently has over 120 signatories.
The date is Saturday, April 29th at 7:30PM at Paper Tiger Television, 168 Canal Street, between Mott and Elizabeth.
For more see: https://www.facebook.com/events/1049290431838775/
I am pleased to announce there will be a screening of Hiroshima Bound at Hunter College’s Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute under the auspices of the Human Rights Program.
Date: Friday, September 30th.
Place Roosevelt House 47-49 East 65th Street
between Park Av.and Madison Av.
For more info: http://www.roosevelthouse.hunter.cuny.edu/events/hiroshima-bound/
Dateline: Mexico, D.F. , July 21
Happy to say that through the good offices of Union Docs, I am presenting Hiroshima Bound at La Casa de Cine MX here in Mexico City on Friday. Please join me!
Me da felicidad decir que voy a presentar a mi documental nuevo Hiroshima Bound/ Hiroshima a la Vista aquí en el D.F. el viernes que viene. No hay subtítulos, pero puedo ofrecer una traducción a papel.
For more info please go to:
See you there.
I am pleased to announce that Hiroshima Bound has been picked up for distribution in the United States by Icarus Films. Icarus, with its extensive catalog of thoughtful and challenging documentaries feels like a great match. For more in formation please take a look at their site:
Hiroshima Bound will have its first screening in the New York area at Union Docs in Williamsburg.
Date: Thursday, March 24th
The screening will be followed by a discussion with Reiko Tahara and Jason Fox.
For more, check out: http://www.uniondocs.org/hiroshima-bound/
The image of the mushroom cloud has always hidden more than it shows. It’s a black hole, a destroyer of meanings. 70 years later, how can we see Hiroshima? This screening and discussion will offer a chance to think about how documentary can help dislodge collective memory from mythic confinement, and offer a vehicle for an exploration of how the ghosts of many pasts still inhabit our lives.
I am happy to announce that as of June 1, 2015, I have completed Hiroshima Bound. I look forward to screenings soon, so stay tuned!