Ian MacKenzie discusses his documentary film, REACTOR, with King 5’s television news host Margret Larsen.
Friends – We will be on King5’s New Day Northwest tomorrow, Tuesday, March 11th to preview Reactor about the world post-Fukushima disaster. We’d love to have you in the audience in support of the Moontown Foundation which is sponsoring the showing of the documentary. Seats are free. Audience comes into Seattle studio about 9:30am, doneContinue reading “New Day Northwest with Margret Larson”
To Buy Tickets for the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Remembrance Event Tomorrow at Wing Luke Museum. An event showcasing the creative works of three critically acclaimed Pacific Northwest artists using the power of film, music, and social media to both honor the victims of the disaster and celebrate the resiliency of the Japanese people.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: World renown disaster response expert, Gisli Olafsson to speak at Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Remembrance Event. Olafsson is the Emergency Response Director of NetHope and author of “The Crisis Leader,” and is considered as a disaster experts, expert. Gisli has over 15 years of experience in the field of disaster management,Continue reading “Disaster Response Expert Gisli Olafsson”
Tickets still available for the Great Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Remembrance Event at Wing Luke Museum. To Buy Tickets, Click Here Tuesday, March 11, 2014, marks the third anniversary of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake that hit the Tōhoku-Oki region of Japan, resulting in one of the deadliest and most destructive disasters in the country’s history. The environmental,Continue reading “Three Years After Fukushima: Lessons Learned”