JEUNESSE ET ARTS PLASTIQUES - FILM
Un film de Masaaki Miyazawa
Japon, 79’, 2014, VO st anglais.
Masaaki Miyazawa, one of the most prestigeous photographers in Japan, has been taking photos of shrines and temples for more than 10 years and has found the Japanese identity through this experience. He encountered Shikinen Sengu at Ise Jingu, the most sacred ceremony that is held once every 20 years for over a thousand years. He then decided to take a journey all over Japan to direct this film. He went into some deep mountains, sacred forests, and beautiful coasts. He talked with a oyster fisherman, a scientist, a master of carpenter, an architect, a filmmaker and some others. This documentary is about Mr. Miyazawa's beautiful journey to seek the memory of people who has lived together with nature in the mountains and the oceans.
Inspired by the sacred ceremony of Shikinen Sengu at Ise Jingu, prestigious Japanese photographer Masaaki Miyazawa's debut film is a meditation on our connection with nature.
Travelling through deep mountains, sacred forests, and to beautiful coasts to talk with an oyster fisherman, a scientist, a master of carpenter, an architect, a filmmaker and others, Miyazawa unveils a thousand-year-old method of coexistence with nature and reflects on the importance of living sustainably in modern society.
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