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Shinsuke Ogawa and Ogawa Pro retrospective at ICA, starts today

“Ogawa Shinsuke and Ogawa Pro: Collective filmmaking and the culture of dissidence” starts today at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA). Running until December 11th, it is a comprehensive retrospective of the film-making collective Ogawa Pro and its documentation of … Continue reading

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Funding campaign launched for documentary “Sanrizuka’s Icarus”, sequel to “The Wages of Resistance: Narita Stories”

The co-director of The Wages of Resistance: Narita Stories, the 2014 documentary about the anti-Narita Airport protest movement, has launched a fundraising campaign to complete work on a follow-up film. Haruhiko Daijima is hoping to raise ¥3 million for Sanrizuka’s … Continue reading

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Symbol of protest movement, Narita Airport control tower to be demolished

Narita Airport is currently swamped on a daily basis with international arrivals as Japan, especially Tokyo, enjoys unprecedented numbers of foreign tourists, a trend which is surely going to roll on until the 2020 Olympics. In spring 2015, the airport … Continue reading

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“The Wages of Resistance: Narita Stories”: A documentary about Sanrizuka’s dissenting farmers

A review of the recent documentary about the anti-airport protest movement. Continue reading

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Et in Arcadia ego: In search of Sanrizuka

1 An airport is a peculiar place, a bubble where somnolent or excitable passengers in limbo sleepwalk between international hops. An airport is not a real place, it is somewhere between. Although it is supposed to be all about transport … Continue reading

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