March 11th, 2014, marks the 3-year anniversary of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake that hit the Tohoku region of Japan producing a massive tsunami that killed over 18,000 people, caused $122B dollars of damage, and led to the eventual meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The environmental, social, and economic impacts of this historic disaster will be felt for decades.
Join us for a special information session and screening of the documentary film REACTOR.
Produced and directed by critically acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Ian Mackenzie (OCCUPY LOVE, SACRED ECONOMICS, ONE WEEK JOB), REACTOR follows Michael Stone, a Yogi and Buddhist monk, on his inspirational pilgrimage to Japan in the aftermath of the disaster to witness firsthand how the Japanese are responding to the on-going crisis.
Official Trailer: http://http://www.reactorfilm.com
- Time: 6-7PM, Reception; 7-9PM, Screening and Discussion
- Admission: $25 Private Reception; $15 General Admission
- Location: Wing Luke Museum – Tateuchi Story Theater
- Tickets: http://reactorfilm.bpt.me
Light appetizers and refreshments provided. Special musical guest Buckman Coe. Interpretive services upon request. Seating capacity limited.
Email info [at] moontownfoundation [dot] org for more information.
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