Art & Design

‘Fukushima:2011-2015’ (documentary)

18 April 2018, Glasgow

‘A lotus flower grows out of the mud and blossoms above the muddy surface of the water’

What would you do if you found yourself in the ‘mud’?


'Fukushima: 2011-2015' (2016, 74 mins) is Japan Desk Scotland's fourth documentary on Fukushima, following a group of Fukushima University scientists trying to do something for people in Fukushima after the nuclear accident. It summarises their preceding three Fukushima documentaries.


The documentary has also interviews with scientists from Russia, Ukraine and Japan, with a view to looking at Fukushima in relation to Chernobyl.


The screening will be followed by a discussion.


Admission : Free and open to the public.


This will be part of 'Japanese Journeys@Kelvin Hall' event co-organised by Japan Desk Scotland and Kelvin Hall.

18 April 2018, 6.30pm

Moving Image Archive, Kelvin Hall, 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AW

Japan Desk Scotland