Mushi-Production's "Nagasaki Angelus Bell - 1945" will premiere on 12/9

KIDS FOR THE FUTURE ANNOUNCES THE PREMIERE SCREENING OF "NAGASAKI
ANGELUS BELL - 1945" IN NEW YORK

NEW YORK, NY - As one of peace activities, Mushi-Production, Co.,
Ltd. and Non-Profit Organization, KIDS FOR THE FUTURE (501(c3)),
completed a deal on screening "Nagasaki Angelus Bell - 1945" in the US.

The film will premiere on 12/9 (Sat) from 4:30PM at Interborogh
Repertory Theater.

This animated feature film based on a true story of a doctor (Dr.
Tatsuichiro Akizuki), wounded by the blast of the atomic bomb dropped
on Nagasaki, aiding other victims during the immediate aftermath of
the explosion at Urakami First Hospital (the St. Fransisco Hospital),
only 500 meters far from the epicenter of the atomic bomb blast.

Poem reading, directed by Jonathan Fluck and read by Mami Kimura, and
dance performance, choreographed by Miyuki Imaoka will be held on the
same day.

Date: 12/9/2006 (Sat) Starting at 4:30PM
Place: Interborough Repertory Theater(154 Christopher Street Suite
3B, New York, NY 10014)
Price: $20 (Please pay at IRT on 12/9 (Sat) Cash only)
Reservation: Call (212) 592-3311 or Send Email to [email protected]
Language: Japanese with English Subtitles

This event is co-hosted by KIDS FOR THE FUTURE & Interborough
Repertory Theater.

Production: Mushi-Production
Screen Play / Director: Seiji Arihara
Duration: 80min.

Website: http://www.kftf.org
KIDS FOR THE FUTURE is doing peace activities under a mission:
Improving Opportunities for Children to Learn the Importance of the
World Peace, and being committed to working with adolescents to
achieve lasting improvements in their lives and peaceful society.
Contact: [email protected]

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