Film Screening Series
Theme: Minority Communities and Peoples of Europe and Japan
Films: Okinawa within Japan: NHK documentary film, 1962, 29 min; and The Windmill of the Old Man, YAMADA Seishin and his 150 member-family: NHK documentary film, 1984, 44 min. (In Japanese with summary and interpretation in English.)
Date: Thursday, 11 June 2013
Time: 18:00 - 20:00
Place: Europa House (Tokyo, Japan)
Program: PDF flyer with full details
Registration: Pre-Registration is mandatory. Please send an e-mail indicating your name, affiliation, and email address, with the subject line "Linguapax (screening 3)" to: Delegation-Japan-Event@eeas.europa.eu.
Deadline: 8 June 2013 (maximum capacity: 150 seats).
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