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Saturday, January 07, 2012

A film screening and talk, Jan 31, at MOA/UBC : "Village of Widows" 1月31日バンクーバーでの上映会・トーク

Film Screening &Talk

Peter Blow & ‘Village of Widows’

Tuesday, January 31, 4:30-6:30 pm
Michael M. Ames Theatre, UBC Museum of Anthropology

Admission to MOA: UBC staff, students & faculty free with ID; Others $9
MOAの入場料:当日4:30 pmから一般9ドル

‘Village of Widows’ —a documentary directed by award-winning filmmaker Peter Blow—recounts the remarkable story of the Sahtu Dene people, who were employed by the Canadian Government during WWII to transport uranium, which became fuel for the bombs that devastated Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Peter Blow is a researcher, writer, producer, and director based in Toronto. He has worked on close to 100 broadcast documentaries both in England and Canada, many of which have garnered numerous awards including two Oscar nominations.
ピーター・ブロウ: トロントの作家、プロデューサー、映画監督。イギリスとカナダで100本近くの放映ドキュメンタリーを作成。オスカーノミネーションを含む様々な賞を獲得。

This event is presented in conjunction with the exhibition, ひろしま hiroshima by Ishiuchi Miyako, on display at the UBC Museum of Anthropology through February 12, 2012.
このイベントはUBC Museum of Anthropologyで2月12日まで開催中の、石内都 ひろしま hiroshima の関連行事です。

Sponsors: Vancouver Save Article 9 and UBC Centre for Japanese Research, Department of Asian Studies, Indigenous Education Institute of Canada, International Canadian Studies Centre, Department of Theatre and Film, Department of Language and Literacy Education, Museum of Anthropology

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