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Filmmakers Ash and Kamanaka discuss radiation, secrets and lives

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Published on May 13, 2015

a Video and Article for the Japan Times

INTRODUCTION: Ian Thomas Ash and Hitomi Kamanaka are perhaps the two most widely viewed filmmakers who have produced documentaries about the effects of radioactivity in Fukushima since the 3/11 disaster. Ash’s commitment to the subject arose after the multiple nuclear meltdown. Kamanaka, on the other hand, has been Japan’s designated nuclear documentarian for nearly two decades. (Dreux Richard)

READ the article in the Japan Times here: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/community...

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