BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20050423T000000Z DTEND:20050423T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Finding Home\, a one-hour documentary\, is the latest effort by Southern California-based media artist and LMU Professor\, Art Nomura. Su pported by a 2003-04 Fulbright Research Grant\, Nomura spent the fall/wint er of 2003 in Japan capturing visuals and conducting interviews for this project.\n\nFinding Home is about Japanese Americans who have decided to live in Japan rather than America. The video examines what they have gaine d and lost with this decision. The six Japanese Americans featured were se lected from an initial interview pool of fifty individuals. Responses to questions about lifestyle\, identity\, personal evolution\, and choice of residence\, provide insight into the expatriate experience of those who have chosen to live in their ancestral homeland. Additionally\, Nomura\, a sansei (third generation Japanese American)\, and a first-time visitor t o Japan at age 57\, shares his impressions of Japan throughout the documen tary.\n\nFinding Home will screen at 7:00 and 8:30 pm\, April 23\, 2005 at the Mayer Theater in the Van der Ahe Communication Arts building of Loyol a Marymount University in Los Angeles. Directions to LMU and a campus map are available <a href="">here</a>. Althoug h admission is free\, seating is limited and reservations are strongly rec ommended. A free reception will be held between screenings from 8 - 8:30 p m.\n\nFor reservations or additional information\, please email <a>kibeig</a> or leave a message at (310) 338-4568. DTSTAMP:20230925T195145Z SUMMARY:2005-04-23 Los Angeles: Documentary on Japanese Americans living in Japan to screen at Loyola Marymount University URL:/en/events/2005/04/23/2005-04-23-los-angeles-documentary-on-japanese-am / END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR