BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20070615T000000Z DTEND:20070617T000000Z DESCRIPTION:\nFinding Home is a fifty-two minute documentary by Art Nomura. The sansei Director/Producer will personally present Finding Home in thre e Tokyo venues in June 2007. He will conduct Q & A sessions about the docu mentary and present excerpts from his upcoming book\, Finding Home: Japane se Americans Living in Japan. Screening sponsors\, venues\, dates\, and ti mes are as follows:\n\nAjiakei Amerikajin Kenkyukai and Meiji Center for I nternational Programs\nLiberty Tower\, Room 1155\, 15th floor\nMeiji Unive rsity\n1-1 Kanda-Surugadai\, Chiyoda-ku\, Tokyo 101-8301\n(access from JR Ochanomizu station or Hanzoman\, Toei Shinjuku\, Toei Mita subway lines)\n June 15\, 2007\, Friday \n6:30 – 9:00 pm\n\nIminkenkyukai\nTsuda Hall\, Room T105 (see website for directions: <a href=" 2/mainindex.htm"></a>)\nJune 16\, 2007\, Saturday \n7:00 – 9:00 pm\n\nJapanese American Citizen’s League (JACL ) - Japan Chapter\nKyurian\, Fifth floor\, Room Dai 3\nMap - <a href="http ://">www.shinagawa-culture.or .jp/</a>\n5-18-1 Higashi Oimachi\, Shinagawa-ku\, Tokyo 140-0011\n(if lost \, you can call Kyurian at 03-5479-4100)\nJune 17\, 2007\, Sunday \n7:00 – 9:00 pm\n\n\nNomura will also be present at the screening of Finding H ome (with Japanese sub-titles) at the Fukuoka Asian Film Festival\, June 2 9 – July 1\, 2007. Please contact S. Maeda at for specific screening information. Excerpts from the documentary and book will also be presented at the Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ)\, June 23 - 24 a t Meiji Gakuin University (Shirokane\, Tokyo campus) on a panel entitled F or Love or Money: Nikkei Assimilation in Contemporary Japan. Please go to <a href=""></a> fo r additional panel and conference information.\n\nFinding Home is about Ja panese Americans who have decided to live in Japan rather than America. It examines what they have gained and lost with this decision. The six Japan ese Americans interviewed were selected from an initial pool of fifty. Co mments about lifestyle\, identity\, and personal evolution provide fresh i nsight into the expatriate experience of those who have chosen to live in their ancestral homeland. Additionally Nomura\, a first-time visitor to J apan at age fifty-seven\, shares his impressions of Japan throughout the d ocumentary. With the support of a Fulbright Research Grant\, Nomura spent the fall/winter of 2003 producing this project.\n\nFinding Home is an offi cial selection of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival\, the Rhode Island International Film Festival\, the Dallas Video Fest\, the DisOrient Film Festival and the Fukuoka Asian Film Festival. Art Nomura is a Profes sor in the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Please visit <a href="">www.artnomur</a> for more information about the artist and his work.\n###\n SUMMARY:FINDING HOME DOCUMENTARY ABOUT JAPANESE AMERICANS TO SCREEN IN JAPA N IN JUNE 2007 URL:/en/events/2007/06/15/finding-home-documentary-about-japanese-americans -/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR