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Screenings
Dates and venues of past and present screenings.
Current Screenings (In order of screening date)

Current screenings are now listed on www.petiteadventurefilms.com Screenings are listed in Japanese only as no English screenings are taking place at the moment. An English page will be set up as soon as English screenings are anticipated. For more information please make contac via the contact page.


Past Screenings

Japanese Screenings

Location: Totsuka Chiiki Centre, Takadanobaba, Tokyo
[ map ]
Date: Monday, public holiday, 21st March 2011
Time: 10:30-(with Yumiko Hayakawa and main characters' greeting)
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Note: Organised by: Housing Poor network.
This is "Goodbye UR" premiere screening, not "Brian & Co."

 

Location: From Earth Cafe "OHANA"
1F 1-32-6 Sangenjyaya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Nearest tube station: Sangenjyaya (2 mins walk from the station).
Date: Saturday, 22nd January 2011
Time: Open 19:00, Start 19:30 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen with one drink or food.
Note: Organiser:Hideki Nishimura

 

Location: Gallery Nekono-ma
33-3 Tomihisa-cho, Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo
Nearest tube station: Shinjyuku-Gyoen (7 mins walk from the station).
Date: Saturday, 20th November 2010
Time: 14:00 - (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen (includes a drink).
Note: Organisers, Rena Masuyama's website(Japanese only), and Rei Shiva's website (Japanese only).

 

Location: Shirouto-no-ran #12
Fudeno Building F2, 3-8-12 Koenji-Kita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
Nearest tube station: Koenji (7 mins walk from the station).
Date: Sunday, 24th October 2010
Time: 14:00 - (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: 500 yen plus a drink order.
Note: Shirouto-no-ran website (Sorry, Japanese only).

 

Location: Musashino-FM 78.2
Musashino-shoko-kaikan 3F, Musashino-FM studio
Broadcast Date: Friday, 22nd October 2010
Broadcast Time: 14:20 - 14:40
Ticket Price: Free.
Note: Yumiko will appear a live radio programme for the first time! After the live broadcasting, the programme will be broadcasted again at 10am on the next day, and then will be available on Podcast of Musashino-FM website (Sorry, Japanese only).

 

Location: Totsuka Chiiki Centre, Basement meeting room 1
2-18-1 Takadanobaba, Shinjyuku, Tokyo
Nearest station: Takadanobaba (3 mins walk from the station).
Date: Thursday, 23rd September 2010
Time: 13:30 - 17:00 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and other events are planned.)
Ticket Price: Donations welcome.
Note: Organised by Sumai-no-hinkon network, Sumai-ren.

 

Location: Fukuoka YWCA
2-8-15 Maizuru, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-city, Fukuoka
Nearest tube station: Akasaka (5 mins walk from the station, near Akasaka Elementary School).
Date: Saturday, 18th September 2010
Time: 16:00 - 18:00 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: 800 yen for adults, 500 yen for high school and junior high school students, free for elementary school children and yonger.
Note: Organised by Fukuoka YWCA. The party will be held at the same venue after the screening. 500 yen to join.

 

Location: art space tetra
2-15 Suzakicho, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-city, Fukuoka
Tel/fax: 092-262-6560
Date: Friday, 17th September 2010
Time: 19:30
Ticket Price: Need a drink order.
Note: The event is called "Urban Potlatch" no5 - Creating our village:The alternative village movement in UK. Workshop with photos and short films from the UK. No "Brian & Co." film screening.

 

Location: 8th Citizen Media National Meeting
Musashino Mitaka Media Festival 2010
Room # 101, Building 3, Seikei University, 3-3-1 Kichijyoji-Kitamachi, Musashino-city, Tokyo
Date: Saturday, 4th September 2010
Time: 15:30 - 17:30 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen for media festival admission fee
Note: Organised by Musashino Mitaka Media Festival 2010

 

Location: art space tetra
2-15 Suzakicho, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-city, Fukuoka
Tel/fax: 092-262-6560
Date: Monday (National holiday), 19th July 2010
Time: 13:00
Ticket Price: 600 yen
Note: Event name: urban potlatch workshop 03 “Voice/Democracy”

 

Location: 4th Awa Peace Film Festival
Nanso Culture Hall, 740-1 Houjyou Tateyama-city, Chiba
Date: Sunday, 18th July 2010
Time: 16:10 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: Two days advanced ticket 2,500yen, same day ticket 2,900 yen.
Note: Organised by Awa Peace Film Festival

 

Location: 2nd Mitaka Life and Peace Film Festival
Sarasya, 3-1-24 Shimo-renjyaku, Mitaka-city, Tokyo.
Date: Saturday, 10th July 2010
Time: 16:40 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's talk and Q&A)
Ticket Price: One day ticket 1,500yen, two days ticket 3,000 yen.
Film Festival's website: Film Festival's webiste (sorry, Japanese only).

 

Location: Jiyu to seizon no ie
3 Aizumi-cho Shinjyuku, Tokyo. Organiser's website
Date: Sunday, 27th June 2010
Time: 13:00
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Notes: Vegetable market will be taken place from 10 am at the same venue!

 

Location: Cafe Lavanderia
Shinjyuku, Tokyo. Venue's website
Date: Sunday, 30th May 2010
Time: 14:00 - 17:00
Ticket Price: 300 yen (negotiable)
Notes: Women only event.

 

Location: Musashino Kokaido Meeting room # 3
Musashino-city, Tokyo. Nearest station: Kichijoji (JR, Keio-Inokashira)
Date: Saturday, 22nd May 2010
Time: 19:00 (with post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa)
Ticket Price: Free (Donation welcome)
Notes: Organised by Anpo wo tsubuse, chochin demo no kai.

 

Location: Aichi Peace Film Festival 2010 Pre Event
Seikyo Seikatsu Bunka Kaikan Hall (Nagoya, Aichi)
Date: Saturday, 10th April 2010
Time: 1.10:30 - 12:07 (with Yumiko Hayakawa's greeting)
2.14:00 - 15:37 (with post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa from 15:40)
Ticket Price: 800 yen.
Notes: Organised by Aichi Peace Film Festival 2010

 

Location: Zaza City Palette C (Hamamatsu, Shizuoka)
Date: Saturday, 20th March 2010
Time: 14:00
Ticket Price: Free
Notes: Organised by Human Rights & Peace Hamamatsu

 

Location: Kusanomi Academy Lecture meeting and partial screenings
Zensuido Kaikan, 1-4-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Date: Saturday, 19th December 2009
Time: 13:15 open, 13:30 start.
Ticket Price: 500 yen (Members of Kusanomi Academy are free).
Notes: Organised by Kusanomi Academy. Lecture meeting by Juichi Tabo & Yumiko Hayakawa. Partial film screenings are "Winter Soldier" (directed by Juichi Tabo) and "Brian & Co.")

 

Location: Kopia Hall, 1-2 Yokeimachi Tsuruoka-City Yamagata
Date: Saturday, 12th December 2009
Time: 13:30~
Ticket Price: 500 yen (Hish school students and younger people are free).
Notes: Yamagata Premiere. Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Organised by Shonai chiiki-dukuri to kosodate bunka kyodo no kai. Supported by Tsuruoka-City board of Education.

 

Location: TAMA Cinema Forum, TAMA NEW WAVE
Berubu Hall, Tama city, Tokyo [Access Map] (Japanese only)
Date: Wednesday, 25th November 2009
Time: 19:30~
Ticket Price: 500 yen (Students are free)
Note: Greeting by Yumiko Hayakawa.
TAMA Cinema Forum website: TAMA Cinema Forum (Japanese only)

 

Location: Saku Kinro-sha Fukushi Centre
4-1 Sakudaira-eki Minami, Saku-city, Nagano
Date: Monday, National holiday, 23rd November 2009
Time: Film starts at 14:00.
Ticket Price: Free (donation welcome).
Notes: Nagano premiere. Organised by Heiwa no hana Saku 9-jyo no kai.

 

Location: International Sit-in Film Festival
Lecture room 1, New building, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University.
Date: Sunday, 22nd November 2009
Time: Film starts at 15:15.
Ticket Price: 500 yen for all films and symposium.
Notes: Other films are "Kubi-kubi" (from 13:00), "Weabak" (from 13:45). Symposium will be started from 17:00. Yumiko Hayakawa will join the symposium as a panelist.
Union Extasy webiste (Japanese only)

 

Location: 1st Wakuwaku Narashino Film Festival
Narashino City Hall (Tsudanuma-city, Chiba. Nearest station: Keisei Okubo)
Date: Saturday, 21st November 2009
Time: Venue open at 17:30, film start at 18:00
Ticket Price: 1 day ticket 1,000 yen, 3 day ticket 2,000 yen.
People over 70 years old and high school students and younger people are free.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Organised by Japanese Association for the Rights to Freedom of Speech.

 

Location: Okayama Film Festival, Okayama
Okayama Orient Museum [Access Map]
Date & time: 1. 11:00~ Thursday, 19th November 2009
2. 14:00~ Monday (National holiday), 23rd November 2009
Ticket Price: Later
Note: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa at 16:00 on Monday 23rd November.
Film Festival official website: Okayama Film Festival (Japanese only)

 

Location: Sunroad Tsudanuma, 5F(Tsudanuma-city, Chiba. Nearest station: Keisei Tsudanuma)
Date: Sunday, 8th November 2009
Time: 11:00~
Ticket Price: Free.
Notes: Talk event only. No film screening. (Film will be screened on 7th November at the same venue.) Organised by Japanese Association for the Rights to Freedom of Speech.

 

Location: Myojo Gakuen High School, Mitaka, Tokyo
[Access Map] (Japanese only)
Date: Saturday, 7th November 2009
Time: 13:00~
Ticket Price: Free.
Notes: Screened as an International Day event. After the screening, there will be a panel discussion.

 

Location: Sunroad Tsudanuma, 5F Tea room (Tsudanuma-city, Chiba. Nearest station: Keisei Tsudanuma)
Date: Saturday, 7th November 2009
Time: 13:00~
Ticket Price: 500 yen (includes a drink and sweet).
Notes: Organised by Japanese Association for the Rights to Freedom of Speech.

 

Location: Softpia Japan, Ogaki Gifu [Access]
Date: Tuesday (National holiday), 3rd November 2009
Time: 18:00~
Ticket Price: 500 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Organised by 9-Jyo-no-Kai Ogaki.

 

Location: Mitaka-city Citizen Kyodo Centre, Tokyo
[Access Map] (Japanese only)
Date: Saturday, 24th October 2009
Time: 14:00~
Ticket Price: Advanced 800 yen, Same day 1,000 yen. People under 18 are half price.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Organised by Uchinanchu-no-ikari-to-tomoni Santama Shimin-no-kai.

 

Location: JCJ (Japan Congress of Journalists) office, Tokyo
#401 Matsumura Building, 1-4-8 Sarugaku-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Phone 03-3291-6475
Date: Saturday, 10th October 2009
Time: 14:00~ (Finished around 16:30)
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Organised by JCJ office.

 

Location: Sapporo rit
2F 1-35 Nishi 5 chome Kita 23 jyou Kita-ku Sapporo City, Hokkaido
Date: Wednesday (national holiday), 23rd September 2009
Time: 17:30~
Ticket Price: Need a drink order.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.

 

Location: 14th Shintoku Kuso-no-Mori Film Festival
Shintoku Shinnai Hall, Hokkaido
Date: Monday (national holiday), 21st September 2009
Time: 10:10~
Ticket Price: Advanced 1,000 yen, Same day 1,500 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Film Festival's blog Kuso-no-Mori Film Festival (Japanese only)

 

Location: 14th Nagaoka Asian Film Festival
Nagaoka Lyric Hall
Date: Thursday, 17th September 2009
Time: 12:10~
Ticket Price: Advanced 900 yen, Same day 1,000 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Film Festival's blog Nagaoka Asian Film Festival (Japanese only)

 

Location: Forza Sogawa Live Hall
3-3-16 Sogawa Toyama-city
Date: Sunday, 13th September 2009
Time: 13:30~
Ticket Price: Advanced 1,000 yen, Same day 1,200 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Organised by Cine la sept 21.

 

Location: Aichi International Women's Film Festival 2009
Will Aichi (1 Ue-katasugi-cho Higashi-ku Nagoya-city, Aichi-prefecture)
Date: Friday, 4th September 2009
Time: 18:30~
Ticket Price: Advanced 800 yen, Same day 1,000 yen.
Notes: Aichi premiere. Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. She will join the talk session as a panelist on Saturday 5th September.
Film Festival's official website Aichi International Women's Film Festival 2009 (English)

 

Location: Miyashita Summer Festival
(Miyashita Park, Shibuya, Tokyo)
Date: Sunday, 30th August 2009
Time: After dark
Ticket Price: Free
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Other films will be shown. Flea market, exhibition, live performance and more. Festival will be held until 31st August. Organised by the Coalition to Protect Miyashita Park from Becoming Nike Park
Their statement (in English)

 

Location: Shure University Film Festival 09
Shure University (28-27 Wakamatsu-cho Shinjyuku, Tokyo)
Date: Saturday, 29th August 2009
Time: 16:00~
Ticket Price: Adavanced 1,000 yen. Same day 1,200 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Shure University's website Shure University (English website)

 

Location: Toyonaka Peace Film Festival 2009
Sukoyaka Plaza (2-1-15 Okaue-no-machi Toyonaka-city, Osaka-prefecture)
Date: Sunday, 23rd August 2009
Time: 13:00~, 15:30~
Ticket Price: 500 yen. (High school students or younger people are free).
Notes: Osaka premiere. Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa after the each screening.
Film Festival's official website Toyonaka Peace Film Festival 2009 (Japanese only)

 

Location: Anti-war & Resistance Documentary Film Festival in OKINAWA
Ryukyu University (Okinawa)
Date: Wednesday, 19th August 2009
Time: 12:50~17:50
Ticket Price: Free

 

Location: Yokokawa Cinema, Hiroshima
3-1-12 Yokokawa, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima-city.
Date: Wednesday, 5th August 2009 ~ next morning (all night event)
Time: Venue open at 18:30, event start at 19:00.
Ticket Price: Advanced 3,500 yen, Same day 3,800 yen.
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. Other films and live performance, too. Organised by Hiroshima Peace Film Festival.
Screening report: Screening report (English)

 


Location: Koenji Shorin (Koenji, Tokyo)
3-34-2 Koenji-Kita, Suginami-Ku, Tokyo
Date: Saturday, 25th July 2009
Time: Venue open at 18:30, Film start at 19:00.
Ticket Price: Free (Donation welcome)
Notes: Not full screening. Maybe a half of the film will be shown. Mainly director's talk.
Screening report: Screening report (English)

 

Location: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Higashi-kan, Meeting room 1
[http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/] (English)
Date: Monday (national holiday), 20th July 2009
Time: Morning: Venue open at 10:10, film start at 10:30. Post screening talk and Q&A. Finish at 13:00.
Afternoon: Venue open at 14:10, film start at 14:30. Post screening talk and Q&A. Finish at 17:00.
Ticket Price: 500 yen (High school students and younger people are free)
Notes: Hiroshima premiere. Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa. 150 seats for each screening. First-come, first-served basis. No reservation needed. Great help from the Hiroshima Peace Film Festival members!!
Screening report: Screening report (English, same with the 18th July report)

 


Location: Hiroshima World Friendship Center
Date: Saturday, 18th July 2009
Time: Venue opened at 17:00, film starts at 17:15. Post-screening talk and Q&A by Yumiko Hayakawa. Finish at 20:00.
Ticket Price: Free
Notes: English subtitle version. Up to 20 people only. Reservation needed.
Venue's website: Hiroshima World Friendship Center [English page]
Screening report: Screening report (English)

 

Location: British pub, Heaven's Door (Shimokitazawa, Tokyo) [Access]
Date: Sunday, 12th July 2009
Time: 16:00
Ticket Price: Free
Notes: English subtitle version. Organised by Tokyo Spring.
Screening Report: Screening report (English)

 

Location: Kumamoto city, Musashigaoka Church
Date: Tuesday, 7th July 2009
Time: 13:30
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Notes: Organised by Kikuchi Genisuikyo, Goushi Kakushin-kon, Goushi Kyujyo-no-kai, and others. Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Screening Report: Screening report (English, same with the 6th July screening)

 

Location: Kumamoto Parea Meeting room #1 [website, Japanese only]
Date: Monday, 6th July 2009
Time: 18:00
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Notes: Organised by Kumamoto Gensuikyo.
Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Screening Report: Screening report (English)

 

Location: Kashiwazaki Sogo Fukushi Centre 1F Meeting room [website, Japanese only]
Date: Sunday, 5th July 2009
Time: 9:30~11:30
Ticket Price: Free
Notes: Niigata premiere. Organised by Kashiwa-Kari workers Kyu-jyo no Kai.

 

Location: 23rd Fukuoka Asian Film Festival
Kyu-Shu Nichi Futsu Kaikan, Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-city (Nearest underground station: Akasaka, Exit 3)
Date: 3,4,5th July 2009
Time: Friday, 3rd July: 11:00
Saturday, 4th July: 17:00
Sunday, 5th July: 16:00 * with post-screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa
Ticket Price: Advanced ticket: 1,400 yen for 1 film, 6,000 yen for 5 films, 10,000 yen for 10 films.
Same day ticket: 1,800 yen for adult, 1,500 yen for university students, 1,000 yen for junior high/high school students and over 60 years old people.
Notes: Kyu-shu premiere. Post screening talk is for 5th July only.
Film Festival's official website [ http://www2.gol.com/users/faff/faff.html ]
(at this moment, Japanese only)
Screening Report: Screening report (English)

 

Location: 3rd Awa Peace Film Festival
Chiba-ken Nan-so Bunka Hall (740-1 Houjyou Tateyama-city, Chiba-prefecture)
Date: 4th July 2009
Time: 13:00~
Ticket Price: 2,900 yen for two days ticket. (High school students or younger people are free).
Notes: Chiba premiere. The special event, "Talking with the director" will be taken place at 17:00 on the same day.
Film Festival's official website Awa Peace Film Festival (Japanese only)
Screening Report: Screening report (English)

 

Location: MediR, Tokyo [http://medir.jp/](Address: #101 Kopo Takada 2-7-11 Takadano-Baba Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo)
Date: Saturday, 20th June 2009
Time: 16:00
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Notes: Organised by VIDEO ACT! Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Screening Report: Video Act screening report [English version]

 

Location: Hito-Machi Koryu-kan, Kyoto (Kawaramachi Gojyo, Kudaru, Higashi-gawa)
[ http://www.hitomachi-kyoto.jp/access.html ](Japanese only)
Date: Saturday, 6th June 2009
Time: 18:20
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen (500 yen for students)
Notes: Kansai-area premiere. Organised by Peace Movie-ment. Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Screening Report: Kyoto screening report [English version]

 

Location: Takao Treedom(Hachioji, Tokyo)[http://www3.to/kenju](Japanese only)
Date: Saturday, 16th May 2009
Time: Fisrt talk starts by Masako Sakata at 17:30, film starts at 18:00, post screening talk by Masako Sakata & Yumiko Hayakawa starts at 19:30.
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen (Include foods)
Notes: Reservation only. Up to 40 people. Please send an email to kenju_treedom@yahoo.co.jp with your name, contact address (in case of the screening date change), and the number of people who attend the screening.
If it rains, the date will be postponed. Next screening date will be announced on the website at noon on 16th May.
Screening report: Takao Treedom screening report [English version]

 

Location: Kiryuusha [ http://www.kiryuusha.com/blosxom.cgi ](Japanese only)(Address: 1F Iida Haitsu, 5-29-17 Daizawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)
Date: Sunday, 10th May 2009
Time: Venue open at 19:00, Film start at 19:15
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko and MASA.
Screening report: Kiryuu-sha screening report [English version]

 

Location: Talk & Music Naked Loft [ http://www.loft-prj.co.jp/naked/ ](Japanese only)(Address: 1F Hyakunin-cho Building, 1-5-1 Hyakunin-cho, Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo)
Date: Friday, 24th April 2009
Time: Venue open at 18:30, Film start at 19:30
Ticket Price: 1,000 yen (Advanced and at the door. Need a drink order.)
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko, Keisuke Narita and others.
Screening report: Naked Loft screening report [English version]

 

Location: Fair trade shop & restaurant Mintaru [http://www.mintaru.com/]
(Address: 1-1 Nishi 3-chome, Kita 14-jyo, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido)
Date: Monday, 13th April 2009
Time: 18:30
Ticket Price: 800 yen (Includes 1 drink and 300 yen donation for Brian!)
Notes: Venue Tel & Fax: 011 756 3600
Screening report: Mintaru screening report [Yumiko/English version]
Ikumi-san screening report [The organiser, Ikumi-san/English version]
People's comments [in English]

 

Location: MediR, Tokyo [http://medir.jp/](Address: #101 Kopo Takada 2-7-11 Takadano-Baba Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo)
Date: Sunday, 12th April 2009
Time: 14:00
Ticket Price: 500 yen
Notes: Post screening talk by Yumiko Hayakawa.
Screening report: MediR screening report [English version]

 

Location: neoneo-za cinema, Tokyo [http://www.neoneoza.com]
Date: Saturday, 4th April 2009
Time: 18:15 venue open, 18:30 film start
Ticket Price: 2,000 yen (includes film and after party with beer and food)
Notes: Japan premiere - reservation necessary (name and number of people)
until 2nd April via e-mail: info[at]brianandco[dot]co[dot]uk
Premiere Screening report: Screening report [English version]

 

UK/International Screenings

Location: Michelangelo's Coffee House, 114 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
[ map ]
Date: Bastille Day, Thursday, 14th July 2011
Time: 20:30
Ticket Price: Free (Donation welcome for Japan's erthquake relief)
Note: This is a Bastille Day event organised by North Side Peace Gathering of Chicago, the Peregrine Forum, the Committee For Justice in the Middle East (CJME), and other organizations.
The screening will be followed by testimonials by people who have met Brian. Anyone in the Madison area who met Brian is urged to attend. This will be followed by a discussion about the peace movement, Brian Haw, and the lessons of his 10-year protest.

 

Location: Abbey Pub Performance Room, 3420 W.Grace Chicago, IL 60618 USA
[ map ]
Date: Wednesday, 6th July 2011
Time: 19:00
Ticket Price: Free (Donation welcome for Japan's erthquake relief)
Note: Tribute screening to Brian Haw. For details, please check Chicago Indymedia.

 

Location: Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
Cambridge, UK
Date: Friday, 29th January 2010
Time: --
Ticket Price: Free

 

Location: 12th International 1001 Documentary Film Festival
Istanbul, Turkey
Dates, times, and venues: Monday, 7th December 2009, 16:45 at Muammer Karaca Tiyatrosu
Tuesday, 8th December 2009, 16:00 at Kumbara Sanat
Wednesday, 9th December 2009, 13:30 at Tarik Zafer Tunaya Kultur Merkezsi
Ticket Price: Free
Film Festival's official website International 1001 Documentary Film Festival

 

Location: Portobello Film Festival 2009
INN ON THE GREEN, London, UK
Date: Monday, 7th September 2009
Time: 20:00~
Ticket Price: Free
Film Festival's official website Portobello Film Festival 2009



Location: Rich Mix [http://www.richmix.org.uk/]
Date: 25th January 2009
Time: 11:00am
Ticket Price: Free (donations welcome)
Notes: World premiere - invited audience only with short introduction by Yumiko Hayakawa