Powell Street Diary Reading featuring Junji Nishihata, hosted by Sally Ito
Sunday, 1:00pm — 1:30pm, Street Stage

A posthumous journal by the late Jesse Nishihata, the award-winning filmmaker who brought the Japanese Canadian story to a national audience, Powell Street Diary brings to life Vancouver’s Japanese neighbourhood before the evacuation, along with the uncertainties and insecurities that face every twelve-year-old kid growing up in troubled times. Junji will be reading from The Powell Street Diary, which will be hosted by Sally Ito.

ジュンジ・ニシハラ「パウエル街ダイアリー」朗 読(進行役:サリー・イトウ)

日系人のストーリーをカナダ全土に知らせ高い評価を得た映画 監督故ジェッシー・ニシハラが生前に遺したジャーナル。この中 には、戦前のバンクーバーの日本人街における日常や、厳しい 時代に育った12歳の子供達が直面した不安が描かれています。 ニシハラ氏が「パウエル街ダイアリー」から朗読をします。進行 役:サリー・イトウ。


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