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one year after…

Posted on March 11, 2012


なむ あみだ ぶつ…


FYI - my actual blood

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All is Not Lost

Posted on February 6, 2012

Thank you all so much for making Fukushima: 1 Year After the Meltdown a huge success!

"Uncanny Terrain"  will be returning to Fukushima for the one year anniversary. The filmmakers still need all the support they can get to make this a reality. Please visit their blog and donate:

The film will be released in full at the end of 2012 and I can't wait to see it.

Thank you all again.


Fukushima – haunted

Posted on January 26, 2012

No sound. No songs. No poetry.

Only ghosts and demons in the night:

Keep the story alive: Fukushima: 1 Year After the Meltdown


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NEXT SHOW —> Fukushima: 1 Year After the Meltdown

Posted on January 4, 2012

Fukushima: 1 Year After the Meltdown
A benefit reception for the documentary "Uncanny Terrain"

5-8 PM Sunday 2/5/2012
HCL office, 1401 W. Wabansia, Chicago
No cover (donations welcome—proceeds benefit the film)
RSVP required: Facebook event page

Uncanny Terrain video preview 6-7 PM
With live accompaniment by the film's composer Tatsu Aoki and his band The Miyumi Project
Art by David Tanimura, sale proceeds in-part donated to the film.

Junko Kajino and Ed M. Koziarski spent the 2011 growing season filming the organic farmers of Fukushima, Japan battling to reclaim their land and livelihoods from nuclear fallout. The filmmakers return this March to capture the recovery efforts a year after the disaster. A word from the Filmmakers:


2011: life hits back…

Posted on December 15, 2011

"Will the circle be unbroken
By and by— by and by?
In a better home awaiting
In the sky— in the sky?"



“Uncanny Terrain” week one

Posted on June 8, 2011

Nearly 3 months have passed since the 2011 Japanese disaster. Even after the rubble has been cleared and structures are rebuilt, no one can hasten the healing of nature itself. "Uncanny Terrain" tells the story of the organic farmers of Fukushima who have returned to work the land despite the damage done.

The film-makers are still raising funds to continue to document the farmers' triumph of spirit in the face of nuclear disaster; one of humanity's first innovations in massive energy production threatened by our most recent.

Donate here

Thank you_