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2013 NYPFF Film Line-ups

Sat. 9 - 1:30pm: The Ultimate Wish: Ending the Nuclear Age by Robert Richter, produced with Dr. Kathleen Sullivan; 40 minutes; Q&A with Robert Richter and co-producer Kathleen Sullivan.

Sat. 9 - 2:45 pm: Forbidden Ground, Fukushima by Kazunori Kurimoto; 57 minutes.  Q&A with Taku Nishimae, one of the producers. 

U.S. premiere

Sat.9 - 4:30pm: Telling the Story of the Atomic Bomb by Nagasaki Cultural Telecasting Corporation; 47 minutes. 

U.S. premiere

Sat.9 - 5:30pm: Barefoot Gen by Keiji Nakazawa; 1 hour 24 minutes.  Our classic film this season

Sat. 9 - 7:00pm: Barefoot Gen’s Hiroshima by Kuniko Watanabe & Tomo Corporation; 1 hour 17 minutes, followed by Q&A with filmmakers Yuko Ishida, and Tomoko Watanabe, and Kuniko Watanabe from Hiroshima via skype.

U.S. premiere

Sun. 10 - 2:30pm: The Palace by Anthony Maras; 17 minutes

Sun. 10 - 3:00pm: M.I.S., The Human Secret Weapon by Junichi Suzuk3:3:00pm: M.I.S., The Human Secret Weapon by Junichi Suzuki; 1 hour 40 minutes00pm: M.I.S., The Human Secret Weapon by Junichi Suzuki; 1 hour 40 minutes

Sun. 10 - 5:00pm: Souvenir Srebrenica by Roberta Biagiarelli; 1 hour 5 minutes.

Sun. 10 - 6:15pm: The Transhumance of Peace: An Italian/Bosnian Mountain Road Movie by Roberta Biagiarelli; 50 minutes.  Q&A with Roberta Biagiarelli via Skype

Sun10 - 1:30 pm: Nowhere Left to Go; the Jahalin Bedouin by Harvey Stein; 29 minutes.  Q&A with members of the production team

Sat. 9, 2013 - 1:30pm ~9:00pm

Sun. 10, 2013 - 1:30pm ~8:00pm

 

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Ticket is valid throughout a day. You can watch as many films as you wish! 

 

 

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