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Naoko Sakuragi

Photographer, Director of "cinema stars" in Tokyo

Africa Starry Sky Cinema

PRESENTED ON FEB 28, 2018
IN TOKYO @ VOL 155

写真家の桜木奈央子さんは、子どもたちに「はじめての映画体験」を届けるために、アフリカの星空の下で移動映画館を行っています。スクリーンを通して子どもたちに伝えたい「別の生き方の可能性」をテーマにプレゼンテーションをしてくださいます。

Photographer Naoko Sakuragi is doing a traveling cinema under the starry sky of Africa to deliver 'the first movie experience' to children. She will be presenting on the theme of "the possibility of another way of life" , which she wants to tell those children through the screen.

 

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http://cinemafalls.com/

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