Film Screening of “Zan”

About the film

In Henoko, Okinawa, there lives the Dugong, an endangered species. Zan is a documentary that documents these creatures and the people yearning to protect them from the construction of a new U.S. military base. Through this film, we meet nature conservation groups, researchers, citizens who participate in protests, and local residents; we experience the sheer beauty of the natural environment in Henoko; we are made to consider the vital importance of living in peace with the sea that houses the Dugong.

  • Title: Zan
  • Director: Richard Grehan
  • Released: 2017
  • Country: Japan
  • Duration: 73 min
  • Language: Japanese with English subtitles
DATE AND TIMEThursday May 31 2018, 7pm-9pm
PLACEJapan International Volunteer Center (JVC) Tokyo Office
ADDRESS6F Creative One Akihabara Building, 5-3-4 Ueno, Taito-ku
FEE500 yen
CAPACITY20 persons
ACCESSJR Akihabara (秋葉原) station, JR Okachimachi (御徒町) station, or Tokyo Metro Suehirocho (末広町) station
SPONSORSHIPJVC Thailand Volunteer Team, P-nong Learning Center (PLC)
HOW TO REGISTERPlease send e-mail to Shimoda (arita@ngo-jvc.net) with your name and address.

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