BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20120205T000000Z DTEND:20120205T000000Z DESCRIPTION:\n\nHigh Concept Laboratories presents\nA benefit reception for the documentary Uncanny Terrain\nUncanny Terrain video preview 6-7 PM\nWi th live accompaniment by the film's composer Tatsu Aoki\nand his band The Miyumi Project (jazz/Japanese classical fusion)\nArt by David Tanimura\nNo cover (donations welcome&mdash\;proceeds benefit the film)\nRSVP required \n\nJunko Kajino and Ed M. Koziarski spent the 2011 growing season filming the organic farmers of Fukushima\, Japan battling to reclaim their land a nd livelihoods from nuclear fallout\, for their documentary Uncanny Terrai n. The Chicago filmmakers return this March to capture the recovery effort s a year after the 3/11 tsunami\, earthquake and nuclear disaster.&nbsp\;\ n\nNonprofit arts service organization High Concept Laboratories presents a reception for Uncanny Terrain\, Sunday\, Feb. 5\, 5-8 p.m. at 1401 W. Wa bansia in Chicago. Proceeds benefit the filmmakers' return to Japan.\n\nFu kushima: 1 Year After the Meltdown will a feature a video preview of foota ge from Uncanny Terrain\, with live accompaniment by the film's composer T atsu Aoki and his band The Miyumi Project\, which performs a fusion of jaz z and Japanese classical music. Aoki is a jazz bassist and a leader of the Chicago Asian American Jazz Festival and Tsukasa Taiko Legacy. Japanese A merican artist David Tanimura will showcase his digital collages inspired by the nuclear crisis. Refreshments will be served.\n\n SUMMARY:Fukushima: 1 Year After the Meltdown by Uncanny Terrain URL:/en/events/2012/02/05/fukushima-1-year-after-the-meltdown-by-uncanny-te / END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR