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Outdoor/Drive-In Film Screening of "Dad's Lunch"

  • Saturday, June 19, 2021
  • 8:00 PM
  • Georgia State University Perimeter Dunwoody Campus

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DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THE FILM WILL BE SHOWN INDOORS INSIDE THE STUDENT CENTER AT GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY PERIMETER COLLEGE DUNWOODY CAMPUS WITH ALL CDC REQUIREMENTS IN PLACE.

The Japan-America Society of Georgia presents an outdoor Japanese film screening of Dad's Lunch Box, the film adaptation of a true story which was re-Tweeted by 80,000 people and liked by 260,000 people on Twitter. At the helm is Fukatsu Masakazu, who have worked on music videos of andymori, ONE OK ROCK, among others. Throughout the three years of high school, Midori (Takeda Rena) ate the bento lunch her dad (Watanabe Toshimi) made for her every single day. And in the very last bento of high school, Midori finds a photo of "the first high school bento" along with a hand written letter from her Dad.

Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to watch the movie outside underneath the stars or safely watch from the comfort of your own car staying socially distant from other attendees. Doors open at 7:30pm - come early to secure your spot.

PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDELINES

  • Bring Your Own Blankets & Lawn Chairs for Outdoor Seating
  • Film will be shown indoors during inclement weather
  • Masks Required at Outdoor (and Indoor) Seating Area
  • Social Distancing Required (stay 6 feet apart from other groups)
  • Clean Hygiene & Sanitation Practice Required
  • Liability Waiver Required at https://forms.gle/YJiDokkCzTPXeWkz9

The Japan-America Society of Georgia, Inc.

is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located

 in Atlanta, Georgia with the mission

 to promote the mutual understanding 

between the people of Japan and

the State of Georgia

404-842-1400    Admin@JASGeorgia.org

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