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"Lost & Found"
Right now an epic endeavour is underway involving 2 continents, 3 countries and the largest body of water on earth. 25 million tonnes of wreckage from Japan’s devastating tsunami drifted into the Pacific Ocean and is washing up on North America’s shores.
The debris, fragments of communities - is evidence of the 15,000 lives lost to the waves. Imagine losing everything entire towns and villages swept away.
Strangers, continents apart, are coming together to salvage the memories
amidst the debris. Join us as we travel to Japan to return objects that
washed ashore in North America to their rightful owners.
Director - Nicolina Lanni
Director - John Choi
Cinematographer - John Choi
Associate Producer - Lana Gorlitz
About the Production:
"Over a year ago now my partner came to me with the seemingly crazy idea to make a documentary about items lost in the Japanese tsunami that might wash ashore and be able to be retraced to their original owners. I never believed it possible and then a few weeks later the first identifiable object washed ashore.
"I quickly spoke with the person who found the item here in North America and then I spoke with the original owner in Japan. From that moment on we have been following this amazing journey from the front lines." -- Nicolina Lanni
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