Hayashi Studio (2019)

Hayashi Studio follows the diverse lives that came to a small town on Vancouver Island in the 1900's and Senjiro Hayashi, the Japanese photographer who took their photos. Hayashi used his lens to document every race, class and gender.

Director:

Hayley Gray

Writer:

Hayley Gray
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Hayashi used his lens to document every race, class and gender. During internment many of his photos disappear, some hidden in family attics, others used to make a greenhouse. Almost a century later the photos were found and exhibited, showcasing a piece of Pacific Northwest History rarely seen, that of the diverse and racialized. Hayashi's photos show us just how much is missing from our history books and leads us to ask, how many other towns, without photographers like Hayashi have unarchived, erased histories that we will never know?

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Uncovering the hidden history of the Pacific Northwest through the lens of Japanese Photographer Senjiro Hayashi.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 July 2019 (Canada) See more »

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Budget:

CAD50,000 (estimated)
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Scopitone Films See more »
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Color (Full HD)
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