Redress Film Night

Friday, October 4, 7pm
Admission: $3 members & seniors | $5 regular

SAIKI: REGENERATION (35 minutes, 1998) introduces various arts and community projects funded by the Japanese Canadian Redress Foundation’s community development fund in the first decade since redress. It demonstrates how the funds were used and gives insight into the impact the projects had for the communities. Directed, written and produced by Mieko Ouchi.

A SORRY STATE (47 minutes, 2013) With three Canadian government apologies to his parents and stepparents for past racist actions, filmmaker Mitch Miyagawa may have the most apologized-to family in the world. But can saying “sorry” fix past atrocities and heal victims’ pain?