Toyo's camera Japanese American history during WWII /

While bringing cameras into internment camps was prohibited, one photographer smuggled in his own camera lens and built a camera to take photographs of life behind barbed wires in Manzanar War Relocation Center. That man was photographer Toyo Miyatake. Through an artistic medium, Miyatake captured t...

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Main Author: Kitarō, 1953- (Composer)
Corporate Authors: Film Voice (Firm), Toyo's Camera Film Partners (Firm), United Television Broadcasting Systems.
Other Authors: Suzuki, Jun'ichi, 1952- (Director), Takei, George, 1937- (Narrator)
Format: Video DVD
Language:English
Japanese
Published:Hollywood, CA : United Television Broadcasting Systems, [2009], ©2009.
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Summary:While bringing cameras into internment camps was prohibited, one photographer smuggled in his own camera lens and built a camera to take photographs of life behind barbed wires in Manzanar War Relocation Center. That man was photographer Toyo Miyatake. Through an artistic medium, Miyatake captured the devastating conditions during WWII, when Japanese Americans could not belong to Japan or America.
Item Description:Includes both the English and Japanese language versions.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2009.
Special features: trailer; short animation, "Japanese-American history of racial discrimination."
Physical Description:1 videodisc (98 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Format:DVD, 16:9 aspect ratio; stereo.
Production Credits:Chief producer, Shigeto Terasaka ; music, Kitaro.
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