Hibakusha Our Life to Live, A Film of Survival

 

Hibakusha  Our Life to Live          

____________________     The Lives of Hiroshima-Nagasaki  Survivors __________________________

A film by David Rothauser                                                                    Narrated by Phil Donahue

Memory Productions  39  Fuller Street, Brookline, MA 02446 . 617 232-4150 . www.hibakusha-ourlifetolive.org

 
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                       June 28, 2013          
Publicity:JiYoung Ahn  askgodot@gmail.com

                                   

SPECIAL SCREENING and DISCUSSION,  ARTICLE 9: A TEMPLATE FOR PEACE FEATURING PROFESSOR KIMIJIMA, RITSUMEIKEN UNIV. , KYOTO

 

“Everyone, especially people in positions of power and influence should see this film.” Freeman Dyson, Institute for Advanced Study

This film should play forever Phil Donahue, Producer, A Body of War

 “This is unlike any other Hiroshima/Nagasaki film I have seen. The Hibakusha experience depicted through the little girls journey is remarkable.” Satoko Norimatsu, founder, the Peace Philosophy Center, Vancouver

David Rothauser of Memory Productions has produced a new and relevant film about survivors of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  In view of current events in Japan and the issue of nuclear radiation world-wide, we believe that the film will generate  large audiences wherever shown. There is a new awakening among world citizens of the effects of nuclear radiation on younger generations today and in the future.  Hibakusha, Our Life to Live, faces this issue and deals with it from a past, present and future perspective. First screened at the United Nations in May of 2010, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon requested copies for the UN. It subsequently played in Kyoto, Hiroshima, Los Angeles, Seattle, Princeton, NJ,  Rio de Janeiro and  Berlin, Germany.

DATE:    HIROSHIMA DAY,  AUGUST 6, 2013                  

PLACE:  Brattle  Theatre, 40 Brattle Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138 • Harvard Square • 617 876-6837 • info@brattlefilm.org

TIME:    7:00 pm

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