Japan-America Society
of Southern Colorado

The Japan-America Society of Southern Colorado is a non-profit educational and cultural organization promoting increased awareness, education, and understanding between the citizens of Southern Colorado and Japan.

Screening of the new film "Things Left Behind" and a talk by the director, Linda Hoaglund

  • 12 Dec 2013
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Max Kade Theatre (3rd floor Armstrong Hall), Colorado College campus
Screening of the new film "Things Left Behind" and a talk by the director, Linda Hoaglund.

This film is about the first major art exhibit devoted to Hiroshima at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, Canada. The exhibit features color photographs of things left behind by those who perished, by Ishiuchi Miyako, the renowned Japanese photographer.

Thursday, Dec. 12., 4:00 pm
Max Kade Theatre (3rd floor Armstrong Hall), Colorado College campus


Linda Hoaglund, a film director, was born and raised in Japan. Since 1996, she has subtitled 200 Japanese films whose directors include Kurosawa Akira, Oshima Nagisa, and Miyazaki Hayao. She represents Japanese directors abroad and is actively producing several film projects. Her interest in controversial issues between Japan and the USA and arts has led her produce her original documentary films, Wings of Defeat and ANPO.

For more information on her new film "Things Left Behind":

http://lhoaglund.com/things-left-behind/
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