A Fundraiser Film Day: Dad’s Lunch Box
Time and Location
March 10th 2:00pm (Pacific Standard Time)
March 10th 5:00pm (Eastern Standard Time)
The Judy (Portland, OR)
Join PSSCA for our second fundraiser movie event, featuring the Japanese film Dad’s Lunch Box by Masakazu Fukatsu. This wonderful, heartwarming film was inspired by the real-life story of a Japanese father who, for the three years his daughter spent at high school, prepared a daily bento lunch box for her – leading to delicious, interesting, or offbeat creations. In all cases, he put an effort into equipping his daughter with sustenance for school….and life. Based on a viral tweet that was shared 80,000 times and liked by more than 260,000. This movie will be shown in Japanese with English subtitles.
Also featuring an opening short film, Side-by-Side: A Beer Collaboration.
Japanese, Danish, and Portland brewmasters meet and discuss their respective styles and passions for the art of brewing beer. A 6-minute film with an introduction by Portland filmmaker, Elijah Sprints.
PSSCA’s mission is to foster and promote friendship and mutual understanding through exchanges and interactions between the people of Portland and Sapporo to build a foundation for a more peaceful and sustainable world. You can learn more at our website.
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PSSCA Fundraiser Movie Matinee: “Dad’s Lunch Box”
Dad’s Lunch Box courtesy of The Japan Foundation, New York