Familiar Tale

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Artemio
Scotiabank Theatre 7 Tue, May 1, 2018 9:15 PM
In this award-winning tale of reverse migration, visa issues force a young American-born boy and his mother to move from California back to a rural Mexican town and face the challenges of distance and displacement together.
Artemio
TIFF Bell Lightbox 3 Thu, May 3, 2018 1:15 PM
In this award-winning tale of reverse migration, visa issues force a young American-born boy and his mother to move from California back to a rural Mexican town and face the challenges of distance and displacement together.
Artemio
Innis Town Hall Sun, May 6, 2018 7:00 PM
In this award-winning tale of reverse migration, visa issues force a young American-born boy and his mother to move from California back to a rural Mexican town and face the challenges of distance and displacement together.
Film Info
Runtime:20
Copyright:2017
Country Listing:Mexico
Premiere Status:Canadian Premiere
Rating:14A
Festival Info
Festival Year:2018
Language:Spanish
Japanese
Accessibility:Full Subtitles
Program Category:Shorts
Cast/Crew Info
Director(s):Sumie García
Producer(s):Santiago De la Paz Nicolau
Sumie García
Alejandro Quintero
Editor(s):Sumie García
Writer(s):Sumie García
Oscar Velázquez
Cinematography:Sumie García
Composer:Josué Collado
Sound:Santiago De la Paz Nicolau

Description

A tale of nostalgia is woven through the memories and photographic archives of Yukio Saeki, an 86-year-old migrant to Mexico who fled wartime Japan and the horrific explosion and aftermath of the dropping of the atomic bomb. Heather Haynes