Japan Desk Scotland’s four documentaries will be screened over two days at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, Level 2, Graham Hills Building, 50 Graham Hills Building, from 2 to 4pm. The screening will be followed by discussion. It will be part of Japan@Strathclyde 2014/15 jointly organised by University of Strathclyde Equality and Diversity Office and Japan Desk Scotland. Free and open to the public.
Thursday 23 April 2015 from 2 to 4 pm
Friday 24 April 2015 from 2 to 4 pm
’100 Bq/Kg, 0.23 μSv/h: The standard of living in Fukushima’ (2014) and ‘Here and there in Fukushima‘ (2015)
Three documentary films made by Japan Desk Scotland was screened and discussion followed afterwards. The events were free and open to the public.
‘Our friends in Fukushima’ (40 mins)
About two million people are living in Fukushima Prefecture. How are they coping with the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant of 11 March 2011? The film follows staff and students at Fukushima University.
‘Hiroshima in 2013’ (22 mins)
‘I saw everything in Hiroshima.’ ‘You saw nothing in Hiroshima.’ The dialogue is repeated in Alain Resnais’s 1959 film ‘Hiroshima mon amour’. What do you see in Hiroshima? Especially after the nuclear accident in Fukushima?
‘100 Bq/Kg, 0.23 μSv/h: The standard of living in Fukushima‘ (43 mins)
100 Bq/Kg is the limit of radioactive materials in general foods in Japan. 0.23 μSv/h is the air dose rate target for decontamination. What does it mean to live in Fukushima Prefecture, where about two million people are living?
30 April till 2 May: at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre from Wednesday 30 April to Friday 2 May 2014. It was jointly organised by University of Strathclyde Equality and Diversity Office and Japan Desk Scotland.
10 to 12 June: at Interfaith Room, University of Glasgow Chaplaincy. It was jointly organised by University of Glasgow Chaplaincy and Japan Desk Scotland. It was a part of Glasgow’s West End Festival.