While the screening down at the JANM has passed, the life of this film looks to be just beginning, and with an amazing group of people involved, it should go a long way.
“HIBAKUSHA” is an animated documentary/drama featuring Kaz Suyeishi, a 57 year old Japanese woman, who recalls her most vivid and horrific experiences as a 17 year old Hiroshima student during the morning of August 6, 1945 when the atomic bomb dropped on her hometown.
This film is inspired to bring awareness to the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings in hopes that nothing like this will ever happen again and over time, show tremendous forgiveness after these terrible incidents occurred. This project will commemorate the 66th Anniversary of the bombings and is dedicated to the Association of Hiroshima & Nagasaki A-bomb Survivors.
CAST AND CREW
CHOZ BELEN (DIRECTOR/CO-WRITER)
STEVE NGUYEN (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER/CO-WRITER)
IVAN TSANG (CO-WRITER)
DEAN MATSUDA (PRODUCER)
BRIAN L. TAN (PRODUCER)
MARVIN ORENDAIN (DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY)
TOMMY SU (CINEMATOGRAPHY)
HANS WANG (2ND UNIT DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY)
KARIN ANNA CHEUNG
JASON Y. LEE
RYAN TAE MCGILVRAY
POH CHOO SIM
KAZUE TANI PECK
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