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SEED: The Rice King and his Kin - Screening w/Director Masanori Baba

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The Landmark

5415 Land Mark Place

Greenwood Village, CO 80111

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Join the Japanese American Association of Colorado at the Landmark Theaters Greenwood Village for a very special screening and post-show talk-back with Director Masanori Baba.

FREE Admission - includes free popcorn and free beverage!
Only 130 seats available, so be sure to RSVP.

SPAM & Veggie Musubi + Mochi Manju will be available for purchase to snack on while watching the film.

About SEED: In the San Joaquin Valley in Central California, there is the oldest family-owned and operated rice farm, called the “Koda Farms.” The founder of the Koda Farms is originally from Iwaki city, Fukushima, Japan, born in 1882. His name is Keisaburo Koda, who was widely known amongst Japanese Americans as the “Rice King” whose throne has been carried on by his grandchildren, Ross and Robin. This documentary is about perseverance, persistence, and passion of the Koda Farms through various hardships, including internment, since the 1920’s and also a tribute to Keisaburo, the original seed of the Koda Farms. www.seedfilm.life


Please contact JapaneseArtsNetwork@gmail.com with any questions.

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