Meeting at Tule Lake (film)
|Title||Meeting at Tule Lake|
|Director||Scott T. Tsuchitani|
|Producer||Scott T. Tsuchitani|
|Starring||Hiroshi Kashiwagi (interviewee); Yosh Butsuda (interviewee); Kiku Funabiki (interviewee); Sadako Kashiwagi (interviewee); Mas Yamasaki (interviewee); Tsukasa Matsueda (interviewee); Wayne Osaki (interviewee)|
|Cinematography||McCrae A. Parker; Tom Ahn|
|Editing||McCrae A. Parker; Scott T. Tsuchitani|
|Studio||Tule Lake Committee|
|Distributor||Center for Asian American Media|
Documentary film produced and directed by Scott T. Tsuchitani that features interviews with seven former Tule Lake inmates talking about life in the camp, the "loyalty questionnaire" and segregation, and the importance of remembering, intercut with footage of poet Hiroshi Kashiwagi reading the title poem and of a Tule Lake Pilgrimage. Meeting at Tule Lake was produced by the Tule Lake Committee for the 1994 Tule Lake Pilgrimage.
For More Information
"Exploring the Japanese American Internment through Film & the Internet." [Includes a clip from Meeting at Tule Lake.]
Meeting at Tule Lake at Center for Asian American Media website.