6:30 pm18:30

New York: East Coast Premiere at JAPAN CUTS 2017

Our EAST COAST PREMIERE will be held at the JAPAN CUTS 2017: Festival of New Japanese Film in NYC, presented by Japan Society!

Introduction and Q&A with director Konrad Aderer.

Event Details & Tickets: http://bit.ly/2sfIeP3

JAPAN CUTS: Now in its 11th year, North America’s largest festival of new Japanese cinema returns to serve up a slice of the best and boldest titles from Japan never before seen in NYC with special guest filmmakers and stars, post-screening Q&As, parties and much more. Boasting a thrilling slate of epic blockbusters, shoestring independents, radical documentaries, mind-bending avant-garde, newly-restored classics, and breathtaking animation, JAPAN CUTS 2017 promises a bounty of cinematic discoveries for film fans and pop culture enthusiasts alike.  

Japan Society is the leading U.S. organization committed to deepening mutual understanding between the United States and Japan in a global context. Now in its second century, the Society serves audiences across the United States and abroad through innovative programs in arts and culture, public policy, business, language and education.  

$14/$11 seniors & students $10 Japan Society members

3:00 pm15:00

Long Beach: CSU Long Beach Screening with Q&A

  • California State University, Long Beach

Join us for the Resistance at Tule Lake Long Beach premiere at "Day of Remembrance, Film of Resistance: 75 Year Commemoration of the Japanese American Internment" during the California American Studies Association: Annual Meeting 2017 in CSU Long Beach!

Free Admission, located at University Student Union - 303!

Sponsored by Dr. Karen Nakai (Office of the President, CSULB), Dr. Mary Ann Takemoto (Division of Student Affairs, CSULB), and the CSULB Department of Asian and Asian American Studies.

Event Details: http://bit.ly/2qlDV4d


6:30 pm18:30

New York: Queens College Private Screening for CUNY

  • Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library

The Asian American Center at Queens College in conjunction with the Department of Urban Studies will host a private screening of Resistance at Tule Lake for CUNY students. Filmmaker Konrad Aderer will be present for a Q&A.

More details to come.

2:35 pm14:35

San Diego: Asian Film Festival Spring Showcase

  • UltraStar Mission Valley Hazard Center

With the current social and political climate, the recent celebration of Fred Korematsu Day and the upcoming Day of Remembrance, Pacific Arts Movement will remember the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066 during the 2017 San Diego Asian Film Festival Spring Showcase (April 20-27) by dedicating an entire day of the festival to a series of films, including Resistance at Tule Lake, that highlight the courage of resistors and filmmakers who sought creative ways to register their discontent.

4:00 pm16:00

San Francisco: Films of Remembrance

  • New People Cinema

Nichi Bei Foundation presents a one-day film event commemorating the signing of Executive Order 9066, which set the wheels in motion to forcibly relocate some 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry into American concentration camps during World War II. Buy tickets here

2:00 pm14:00

Gardena: GVJCI Annual Day of Remembrance

  • GVJCI Main Hall

The GVJCI is commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, the order that unjustifiably removed and incarcerated over 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans from their homes, jobs, businesses, and possessions in World War II. More info here

5:00 pm17:00

Fresno: CSU Cineculture Screening + Q&A

  • Fresno State - Peters Education Center Auditorium

CineCulture is held in collaboration with CSU Fresno Library's Japanese Oral History Project. A hallmark of CineCulture is the post-screening discussion. Free admission. More info here.