Upcoming Film Screening; White Light/Black Rain

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Film & Other Media

Aug 20106 Aug 20107

VIZ Cinema, New People
1746 Post St.

San Francisco, California, 94115
United States


To commemorate the 65th Anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, White Light/Balck Rain by Steven Okazaki is shown at VIZ Cinema on August 6 and 7. On August 6, Q&A session with atomic bomb survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki follows.

Schedule:
Friday, August 6, Premier Night Event ($15)
  Film screening at 7:00 pm
  Q&A session at 8:30 pm
Saturday, August 7, Regular Screening ($10)
  Film screening at 12:15 pm

Venue:
VIZ Cinema, New People
1746 Post St.
San Francisco, CA 94115
To get a map, click here .

Ticket:
Available online and box office.

About the movie:
White Light/Black Rain , by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Steven Okazaki, presents an unblinking look at the first time nuclear weapons were used in war. After 60 years, the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945, continue to inspire argument, denial and myth. Featuring interviews with fourteen atomic bomb survivors (known as hibakusha ), many who have never spoken publicly before, and four Americans intimately involved in the bombings, White Light/Black Rain provides a detailed examination of the bombings and their aftermath. Winner of 2008 Emmy® Awards.

 

njahsdev . Last modified Aug 03 2010 10:06 a.m.


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