The Council on East Asian Studies presents a film screening:
“The Films of Tetsuya Mariko”
With Tetsuya Mariko-Director & Eisei Shu-Producer.
The Far East Apartment
I live in an apartment with a rent of 10,000 yen, and in front of it, there is a newly built apartment where my family lives. I started video production with an 8mm camera in one hand, and I tried to go to Cambodia alone to try to shoot film against myself since I had nothing to point to the camera, but I received severe criticism from my family and challenged myself for more radical video production Go.
Mariko’s 30 Pirates”.
There is an old student hall on the university campus, and a new building is located across from it. I spend my time at the school building and I can’t get used to the new school building. I knew that my ancestors were pirates, and one day, I thought about them and jumped into the school building of the new building.