Challenge of Negotiating for Nuclear Damage Compensation


Sugiuchi Shiro


A nuclear explosion occurred at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant on the 12th and the 14th of March. The damage reached Motomiya City too. "Challenge of Negotiating for Nuclear Damage Compensation" is a documentary of a private citizen, who researched the pollution status of rice fields and filed in the area where sharing urgent questions, such as Can we eat? Can we plant?, and based on this, he took a leading role in the negotiation of compensation with TEPCO.
Title in English Challenge of Negotiating for Nuclear Damage Compensation
Title in Original Language 原発事故賠償交渉に挑む
Director(s) Sugiuchi Shiro
Director's Bio/Filmography Born in 1941. Sugiuchi has been filming local-based culture and folk entertainment for twenty years. He produces and edits videos mostly at customers' request and has no independent production of a film.
Year of Completion 2012
Nationality of the Film Japan
Running Time 83 min.
Aspect Ratio Video: 4:3
Color Color
Screening Format DVD
Shooting Locations Motomiya City (Fukushima)
Shooting Dates/Periods April 2011 - October 2012
Names of Characters Osawa Kazunori
Language of Commentary and Dialogue Japanese,
Subtitles Japanese,
Date of First Public Screening
Place of First Public Screening (Country)
Date of First Public Screening in Japan
Previous Screenings at Other Film Festivals and Events Kanariya Film Festival 2013 presented by Motomiya City (30-minute short version)
Staff Credits Script: Sugiuchi Shiro
Photography: Sugiuchi Shiro
Editing: Sugiuchi Shiro
Sound: Sugiuchi Shiro
Music: (Royalty Free BGM)
Narration: (video editing software )
Producer Sugiuchi Shiro
Distributor / Distribution Company Sugiuchi Shiro
Official Website for the Film
Other Online Access to the film
Screenings at the Past YIDFF Programs and Events None