The existence of “film” is under threat for various reasons, including natural disasters and political strife. Material to be screened disappears or is damaged/degrades. Screening sites and programming itself may also be exposed to crises. What can film do survive when circumstances arise in which it is difficult for “film” to exist? This program looks for potential answers to this question through a transnational, pan-Asian dialogue.
Supported by Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture) and the Japan Foundation Asia Center