Toshikuni Doi was one of those few independent journalists, entering Fallujah 10 days after the end of the US siege. In his documentary film “Fallujah: April 2004” he shows the impact of the attack on the town through interviews with those who lost family members and with medical workers who struggled to save lives in appalling conditions. To mark the fifth anniversary of the April attack on Fallujah, we are screening the English version of this documentary, first released in 2005, and hosting a informal discussion in English afterwards. All welcome to attend.
Date: Saturday April 25
Place: Dai-ichi Kaigi-shitsu (Conference Room 1), Graduate School of Education 1F, Tokyo University (Hongo campus). Enter the campus through the Red Gate (Akamon), go straight ahead and the Graduate School of Education is the building immediately on your left.
Campus access map: www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/campusmap/map01_02_e.html
Faculty of Education access map: www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/campusmap/cam01_09_01_e.html
Admission: Free (although pre-registration is encouraged)
Organizer: Kyo Kageura (Tokyo University, Graduate School of Education)
Enquiries and registration: Kyo Kageura (kyo.kageura (at) gmail.com)