Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Oh! Sushi screens at the 2nd Annual Nikkei Fall Harvest Fair

Friday, October 12 at 7pm

Part of the Harvest Film Night Program 
of the 2nd Annual Nikkei Fall Harvest Fair

Free admission
Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre
6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby

More information: 604.777.7000 or info@nikkeiplace.org

Oh! Sushi will be screening with The Hunt for Matsutake.




Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Oh! Sushi screens this weekend at the 2012 Powell Street Festival!

Part of the Sora, Sanma & Sushi Series 
Saturday, August 4
12:45-1:45pm 
Chapel Arts (304 Dunlevy St.)

See the full Powell Street Festival Program here.

A Song of Horsemackerel / yakizakana-no-uta Animation, 4 min Filmmaker, yusuke Sakamoto
A charming and witty animation starring an articulate fish that philosophizes about humankind on his journey home from the grocery store unaware of his fate...

Falling from the Sky | Documentary, 6 mins
Filmmaker, Moira Simpson
Surrounded by the beauty of the Slocan Valley in British Co- lumbia, artist Tsuneko Kokubo (Koko) dances her memories of being stranded in Japan during the Second World War. Falling From the Sky is one of a number of short films from the multi-faceted community based project, Telling the Stories of the Nikkei: The history of the Japanese Canadian Internment in New Denver.

Oh! Sushi – From the Land of the BC Roll with Love Documentary, 47 mins
Filmmaker, Toshimi Ono
In setting out to discover the creator of the BC roll, Alyssa Ono, a second generation Japanese Canadian, unexpectedly finds herself unravelling the rich and intricate layers of sushi culture, ultimately coming to understand why the Japanese refer to it with reverence as o-sushi. 

Monday, February 6, 2012

Welcome to the Land of the BC Roll

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Thanks to everyone that came out to our world premiere in Vancouver this weekend at the  7th Annual Women in Film and TV Film Festival (March 8 - 11, 2012)!

If you couldn't join us, the English version will be broadcast OMNI TV in BC, Alberta and Ontario on Sunday, March 18 at 9pm (local time).  Check your local listings for details.

Watch the Japanese version in Ontario on Sunday, March 25 at 9pm ET.

Stay tuned for broadcast details of the Japanese version in Alberta and BC!