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#1 Ikebukuro, Itabashi, Oyama, Kanamecho
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Seeking members with backgrounds overseas to create “films of the city” in various locations around Tokyo.

Workshop #1: Ikebukuro, Itabashi, Oyama, and Kanamecho
Join us in making a documentary film about the city…seen from your perspective!
In this project, participants will gather in various areas of Tokyo, and create documentary films through workshops. The field for #1, the first event, is “Ikebukuro, Itabashi, Oyama, and Kanamecho.” If you have any memories, such as from you or your friends living there, or going to school or a favorite shop in these areas… join us, share your episodes with us as we walk the streets! Through gathering such episodes and perspectives, we look forward to creating diverse “films of the city.”

Trailer

About the workshop

Members, through a four-day workshop, will reflect on their own backgrounds in various ways, using photography, video, and audio, while walking through the city. Forming groups with other people from various backgrounds, we will collectively discuss and cooperate with each other to create a short film. On the final day of the workshop, a screening will be held to showcase the works produced by each participant.

*In response to the COVID-19 situation: activities will be conducted in small groups, and fieldwork, shoots, etc. will be conducted avoiding close contact. Depending on the situation, we may decide to switch how the workshops are held between face-to-face and online.
*Program contents are subject to change.

Schedule

10:00-17:00 (with lunch break), Saturday, July 16, Sunday, July 17 and Monday/holiday, July 18 2022
15:00-19:00, Saturday July 23 2022

Maximum number of members

9 members MAX
*We plan to have an online screening prior to the workshop.
*We will prioritize those who can join for all dates.

Eligibility

People with overseas backgrounds in some way, and have memories in the Ikebukuro, Itabashi, Oyama, and/or Kanamecho area(s).

*The definition of “overseas backgrounds in some way” is up to you.
*You do not need any experience in film/video production at all to participate.
*The workshops will be conducted in Japanese (easy Japanese will be used); those who are not good at using Japanese are also welcome.

We are looking for people who:

are interested in working with people with different backgrounds / want to think about their backgrounds / want to know more about Tokyo / want to shoot a video / want to do an interview

Participation fees

Free of charge

Areas

Ikebukuro, Itabashi, Oyama, Kanamecho

Venue
Mirai-kan Taimei
3-30-8, Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0014

How to apply

Please fill out the form in the following link:
https://forms.gle/Dr3sZWicrm9ejmzY6

Application deadline
Tuesday, July 5 2022 Sunday, July 10 2022
*The application process may be closed before this date, depending on the number of applications received.
*Your personal information will be strictly managed, and used only for the purpose of pursuing this project and for contacting you.

Contact

KINO Meeting Staff
kino.meeting.tokyo@gmail.com

Credit

Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), General Incorporated Association Pantanal