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It is 1942, and to aid its intelligence gathering efforts, the United States War Office authorizes a...
The Nisei Farmer
When the U.S. government makes reparations for the injustices suffered by the Japanese Americans during World War II, memories of a stolen youth resurface for a Nisei (second-generation Japanese American) farmer in northern California.
Toyo Miyatake: Infinite Shades of Gray
(2002 documentary short)
Called "an elegant documentary" by Sundance and "eloquent and deeply moving" by the LA Times, Toyo Miyatake:...
A Japanese-American father and son must confront their contrasting views of America within the anti-Japanese climate of a World War II American internment camp.
Penn & Teller: Bullshit!
(2003 TV series documentary)
Penn and Teller ask if it is right that black Americans should be compensated for slavery, if native Americans should be allowed to run casinos on their land.
The Last Samurai
An American military advisor embraces the Samurai culture he was hired to destroy after he is captured in battle.
Day of Independence
The creators of Visas and Virtue (1997 Academy Award Winner, Best Live Action Short Film) have embarked on a new journey...
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Old Man River
Documentary film version of the stage show in which actress Cynthia Gates Fujikawa explores the story of her father...
Taky Kimura: The Dragon's Legacy
One day before his high school graduation, Taky Kimura was taken into the Japanese American Internment Camp...
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