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[SOLD OUT] MRS JUDO: BE STRONG, BE GENTLE, BE BEAUTIFUL and Selected Shorts
Wing Luke Museum - Tateuchi Story Theater
Seattle, WA
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[SOLD OUT] MRS JUDO: BE STRONG, BE GENTLE, BE BEAUTIFUL and Selected Shorts
Co-presented by the JACL, Seattle Dojo and the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington


MRS JUDO: BE STRONG, BE GENTLE, BE BEAUTIFUL
Director: Yuriko Gamo Romer
66 minutes (2012)
Feature film
Documentary film about the life journey of 98-year-old Keiko Fukuda, the highest-ranking woman in judo history. She is the sole surviving disciple of Jigoro Kano, the originator of Judo, and the last living link to judo's original history. MRS. JUDO: BE STRONG, BE GENTLE, BE BEAUTIFUL was an official selection of the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, the United Nations Association Film Festival, DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival, and Guam International Film Festival.

BASKETBALL, MERI JAAN
Director: Veena Hampapur
5 minutes (2012)
Short film
The short film centers on the life of Yeshodhara, a vibrant woman who immigrated to the United States from India thirty years ago. The film illustrates how her lifelong love of professional sports has served as a vehicle to create a community and sense of belonging for herself.

MORE THAN 1,000 WORDS
Director: Steve Nagano
9 minutes (2012)
Short film
This film explores the work of Mario Reyes, a Mexican American photographer for the Japanese American newspaper Rafu Shimpo, and how he became an integral part of the community.

THAT PARTICULAR TIME
Director: Jeff Man
5 minutes (2012)
Short film
Following his sudden death in 2005, Eddie Oshiro's legacy is discovered inside his tiny studio apartment  a collection of decade's worth of photographs taken by Oshiro himself documenting his Little Tokyo community in Los Angeles. THAT PARTICULAR TIME is a portrait of Oshiro and those he impacted in his life.

MAGELLAN DOESN'T LIVE HERE
Director: Micki Davis
5 minutes (2012)
Short film
Mario Borja, a craftsman and amateur historian, reconstructs a lost history of his people from the British Naval archives to a Pacific crossing. He brings his crew back to Guam in a hand built outrigger called a Sakman. MAGELLAN DOESN'T LIVE HERE was an official selection of the Guam International Film Festival and Claremont Colleges Asian Americans in Media Film Festival.

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Location

Wing Luke Museum - Tateuchi Story Theater
719 South King Street
Seattle, WA 98104
United States


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Film > Festivals

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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