© 2014 Sacramento Japanese Film Festival
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Sacramento Japanese Film Festival
Sacramento Japanese United Methodist Church
6929 Franklin Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95823
SACRAMENTO JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL
1013 K Street • Sacramento
Friday, July 18, 2014
2014 BIG DAY OF GIVING: Give Local Now
SJFF Committee members and supporters donated $7,775 during 24 hours of on-
Big Time Thanks go to:
Ben Arikawa, Jayne Rasmussen, Frances Lee, Karen Kashiwagi, Betty Lim-
Wesley Honbo, Camille Chan, Barbara Kado, Atsuko Takeda, Kathy Gosney, Winston Ashizawa, Victor Shibata,
Sharon Takeda, Anonymous Donor1, Donna Yee, Sharna Hoffman, Mary Ann Nakashima, Tatsuno Drake, Andrew Inouye, Tim Inouye, Patti Donlon, Christine Umeda, Rev. Motoe Yamada Foor, Willis D. Sparks, Elaine Yamaguchi,
John Rundin, Margaret Saito, Emily Pickens-
Diana Kado, Susan Takeda, Linda Hooper, Lydia Venables, David Silvernail, Roger Jon Sato, Anonymous Donor2,
Kimberly Swaback, Lisa Crownover, Kikuye Ito, Lance Shirai, Isao Fujimoto.
Because of these gifts, Sacramento Japanese Film Festival ranked 117 out of 294 non-
Thank you one and all!
2014 SJFF POSTER
Have you printed your poster? You can print it on 8.5”x11” paper. Page 2 has all the dates and show times.
Click on the poster to expand and print (or save on your computer)
INSIGHT with Beth Ruyak
Capital Public Radio
If you missed the live broadcast of Beth Ruyak’s interview with Barbara Kado, Chairperson of the Sacramento Japanese Film Festival on July 15,
we have the link to the recording:
Check us out in
The Sacramento Bee Ticket Section
Article by Carla Meyer
On Friday, July 18, 2014
You are visitor:
Wakamatsu/Gold Hill Walk and Tour -
Various Dates and Times
A historic tour led by American River Nature Center Docents. Includes springs, streams,
wetlands, live oak forest, and the site of the 1869 Watamatsu Tea & Silk Farm. Space
is limited. For reservations, call American River Nature Center, (530) 621 -
See website for details: Wakamatsu
Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII
The California Museum
1020 O Street, Sacramento, CA
The Museum's longest running exhibit, "Uprooted!" surveys a century of Japanese American history in California and features the personal stories of formerly interned Californians.
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Japanese Art, Culture, and Events in the Sacramento Valley
Arigato (Thank you) for an amazing and successful Sacramento Japanese Film Festival. Our 10th annual festival was the best and we had the highest attendance ever! Deepest gratitude to all of our sponsors and to this year’s special guest, Tadashi Nakamura, winner of the first Emerging Film Maker Award for his outstanding achievement in the creation of Jake Shimabukuro: Life On Four Strings.
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