福島 生きものの記録 シリーズ1~被曝~ 

Iwasaki Masanori


Status report of exposed living things in Minamisoma city, Iidate village and Namie town, mainly after a nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant on March 2011.
Swallows that are partially bleached and unusual spots of Japanese black beef were discovered. Iwasaki accompanied to capture surveillance of large Japanese field mouses and moles in Kawauchi village. In the restricted area of Tomioka town, he recorded a group of stray cows and a family that was crossbreed between the wild boar and the pig wandering in broad daylight. Japanese Monkeys arrived at the village and then ate ripe persimmon as much as they'd like in the restricted residence area, all sorts of wild animals have appeared in broad daylight.
No sign of film coverage has been shown in the past two years after the accident.
Title in English FUKUSHIMA: A RECORD OF LIVING THINGS Episode One -Exposure-
Title in Original Language 福島 生きものの記録 シリーズ1~被曝~ 
Director(s) Iwasaki Masanori
Director's Bio/Filmography Iwasaki has been producing mainly documentary films of wild animals and TV programs as a freelancer for the Hokuto Film Production and the Iwanami Production since 1970. He formed the Gunzosha Co. Ltd. and became the Chief Representative. He has been filming living things that was exposed to radiation by the Fukushima nuclear accident since 2012.
Year of Completion 2013
Nationality of the Film Japan
Running Time 76 min.
Aspect Ratio Video: 16:9
Color Color
Screening Format BDHDCAMDVD
Shooting Locations Minamisoma City, Iitate Village, Namie Town, Tomioka Town, Kawauchi Village and Naraha Town (Fukushima)
Shooting Dates/Periods April 20, 2012 - November 17, 2012
Names of Characters Yoshizawa Masami, Matsumura Naoto, Yamada Fumio, Yamamoto Yutaka, Otaki Joji, Hayama Shinichi
Language of Commentary and Dialogue Japanese,
Subtitles Japanese,
Date of First Public Screening 2013/5/29
Place of First Public Screening (Country) Japan
Date of First Public Screening in Japan 2013/5/29
Previous Screenings at Other Film Festivals and Events Three thousand visitors in thirty screenings has taken place from Hokkaido to Kagoshima (Hibiya Library and Museum, Porepore Higashinakano and many more) between May 2013 and March 2014.
Won the Grand Prize for Culture and Documentary Films in the 2011 Agency for Cultural Affairs film awards
Staff Credits Script: Iwasaki Masanori
Photography: Akashi Taro
Editing: Iwasaki Masanori
Sound: Yoshida Shigekazu
Music: Music Selection: Yoshida Shigekazu
Narration: Iwasaki Masanori
Others:Script Assistant: Sakaguchi Yasushi
Producer Iwasaki Masanori
Distributor / Distribution Company Iwasaki Masanori, Iwasaki Michiko / Gunzosha
Official Website for the Film http://www.gunzosha.co.jp
Other Online Access to the film
Screenings at the Past YIDFF Programs and Events None