Harvard Film Archive, Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy Street,
Cambridge, MA 02138
Three rare short films by artists who played a leading role in the birth of the New Wave: Conversation Between Nail and Socks (1958), the first self-produced work by the Nihon University Film Study Club, directed by Katsumi Hirano and Hiroo Ko; Forgotten Land (1958), a documentary portraying the poverty-stricken area of Honshu's northernmost region, directed by Shinkichi Noda, who led the Association of Documentary Filmmakers (Kiroku Eiga Sakka Kyokai); and Anpo Joyaku (1959) by Toshio Matsumoto, which captures the context of the 1960 Anpo Treaty and the whirlwind of debate surrounding it.
To learn more, please visit the Harvard Film Archive Website.
Want to be the first to know about Japan-related events happening around Boston? Subscribe to our biweekly newsletter! From cultural activities to sports and language exchange, the Japan Society of Boston keeps you connected to your love of Japan.
THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF BOSTON
Login About Donate My Profile Join Us
© 2021 Japan Society of Boston, Inc | 50 Milk Street 16F, Boston, MA 02109 | 617-514-7345 | Info@JapanSocietyBoston.org