1. Transit


    from Jamie Williams Added 65 0 0

    Again, just some rough cuts of shots I took while filming for my thesis. Slowly going through the footage, fiddling around with stuff, and posting it in rough shorts to get me thinking about story lines. This one: Vancouver to Narita to Tokyo to Sendai.

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    • Shutting Everything Down


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      Note: Audio is not synced properly, yet. Autumn is a friend. She is also one of the thousands of people here faced with tough decisions to make as a result of 3.11. This is just a (very) rough cut of a conversation I had with her while she made the final preparations in closing down her Natural Healing studio -- a house-turned-shop built in her backyard. The interview comes from footage I am putting together for a documentary about the post-disaster situation. Poignant, candid, and -- for me and of course for Autumn -- a moment to remember. It's hard to put into words, or into video for that matter, how so many people on so many levels have been affected by the repercussions of 3.11.

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      • Ben Stiller's Appeal for Japan


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        A year has passed since Northern Japan was struck by tsunami. In places, waves reached 130 feet, or 40 meters, in height. The scale of the damage was colossal. But, within just 3 days, the international media had moved on: Fukushima's nuclear crisis became the story du jour, and the devastation of Northern Japan was largely forgotten. Now, reconstruction efforts remain stymied, and hundreds of thousands of refugees remain displaced - many who may never be able to return home. The people of Northern Japan have been suffering in silence - please help us raise awareness by hitting 'like', and sharing this video. And to donate, please visit tderf.org or give2asia.org/TDERF . Thank you.

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            • Strawberry Town (PSA)


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              On 11 March 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake off the coast of northeastern Japan triggered one of the most devastating tsunamis the world has ever seen. Countless lives were lost, hundreds of thousands were displaced from their homes and livelihoods were all but destroyed. Watari Town in Sendai was one of the hardest hit. Known across Japan for its famed strawberries - its only revenue source – Watari saw its greenhouses completely obliterated. Local farmers and their families had lost everything. Kikkawa Miyuki, who lives abroad but was born and raised in Watari, returned home to help her family and community salvage what they could. This is her story. Production Company: No Average Joe Photography & Voice Over: Kikkawa Miyuki Music: AudioMicro Special thanks to: Emi Hojo & Melissa Boey Find out how you can help the people of Strawberry Town by writing to Miyuki: strawberry-sos@hotmail.co.jp. www.noaveragejoe.tv facebook.com/noaveragejoe.tv

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                  • Ayukawa, post-tsunami


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                    The whaling port of Ayukawa, on the Ojika Hanto peninsula, was devastated by the earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. The town lost a third of its population of 1,200 people. This short video was shot on the docks of Ayukawa in early August 2011.

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                    • NEBUTA in Aomori Tohoku Japan


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                      Aomori Nebuta is one of the biggest and most emotional festivals in Japan. Powerful mens are aggressively moving jumbo-size object "Nebuta", which often imitates histrical characters, made of Japanese paper. All the people cry out to the tunes, and dancer keep to bounce in two hours. camera: D7000 lens: AF-S DX Zoom Nikkor ED 18-70mm F3.5-4.5G IF-ED, AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G, AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Sound: Logic Express Mix: Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Encode: Adobe media Encorder CS4

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