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Directed by Nick Peterson

Portland 2016 37 mins. In English

Nick Peterson’s film offers a cinematic gaze at nine locations in the Kanto prefecture of Japan. Like Kelley Point in style and theme, it seeks to explore a notion of place and the intersection of man and nature, work, and play. Filmmakers will be present for a Q&A post film.  

Genres: Documentary



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