|Venue||Futakotamagawa Rise Studio & Hall||2023.06.16 [Fri] 17:50 – 19:40|
|Venue||Online Screening||2023.06.26 [Mon] – 2023.07.10 [Mon]|
Requiem for a Whale
On a stormy night in early 2021, a whale’s body washed ashore at Nitzanim beach in Israel.
Over the documentation of the encounter between people and the carcass, we hear the voices of several witnesses at the rare occurrence.
From the fabric of responses, a collective experience shines regarding the dialogue between life and death.
Ido Weisman / 0:15:21 / Israel / Non-Fiction / 2022
mature Mature Content:
These films may include sexual and/or violent content.
A Chocolate Lens
A Chocolate Lens chronicles Steven Cummings’s photographic journey through a disappearing Black Washington. His approach was simple: use the camera lens to find the power amidst the storm. His images are a love letter to Black people across America.
Gabriel Veras / 0:21:13 / USA / Non-Fiction / 2022
One for the Road
Mel was a heavy metal musician from Singapore who was touring the world with his bands. But at 29, an accident left him paralysed from the chest down. Three years later, he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. Refusing to go gentle into that good night, Mel throws one last rock concert for the road.
Denise Tan / 0:19:40 / Singapore / Non-Fiction / 2022
Dear My Father -The story of a legendary hair dresser-
The daughter of legendary hairdresser Takechiyo Ayanokoji documents the life of the man behind the “charisma beautician” boom. Personal vignettes paint an intricate portrait of Ayanokoji, who never gave up on his career even when faced with the removal of his vocal cords.
Masaki Miyamoto / 0:24:48 / Japan / Non-Fiction / 2023