Workshop #2 will take place in Katsushika
Join us and walk around the city with various people, and leave what you find there as a film made with your own hands.
This project tours various areas of Tokyo, and hosting workshops on these sites, aims to create a documentary film. The #2 field is “Katsushika”. If you live there now, used to live there, have friends there, went to school there, have a favorite store there, or, even if you have never been there, or don’t know much about the area… you are all welcome to join us. Whether you are new to a town or already familiar with it, your perspective is sure to change as you walk around with new acquaintances.
Members, through a four-day workshop (the first will be held online), 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.
19:00-21:00, Friday, November 18 2022 (Held online)
10:00-17:00 (with lunch break), Saturday, November 19 and Saturday, November 26, Saturday, December 10 2022 (Held onsite)
Around 10 members
*We plan to have an online screening prior to the workshop.
*We will prioritize those who can join for all dates.
People with overseas backgrounds in some way.
*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.
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 fieldworks / want to do an interview
*Lunch and transportation fees will NOT be provided.
Katsushika Symphony Hills
6-33-1, Tateishi, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
ACCESS: Keisei Electric Railway 5-minute walk from Aoto Station or a 7-minute walk from Tateishi Station
Keisei Bus Shinkoiwa Station-Kameari Station route; get off at Bunka Kaikan Katsushika Symphony Hills
Please fill out the form in the following link:
Saturday, November 5 2022 Saturday, November 12 2022
*The application deadline has been extended!
*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.
KINO Meeting Staff