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Minka: A documentary about a farmhouse in Japan

Minka
I’m so thrilled to share some snap shots from what looks like the most beautiful film by a friend of mine (also a new mom) Davina Pardo called Minka.

Minka is a short documentary film about a remarkable Japanese farmhouse and the memories it contains. In 1967, an American journalist and his adopted Japanese son rescued the ancient house from the snow country of Japan, and their lives were forever changed. Minka is an intimate story about place, architecture, memory and the meaning of home.

The production company is in the midst of raising funds to cover post-production finishing costs – sound editing & mixing, color correction & online editing, graphics, and music composition. and create more content about the subjects of the film. Even a tiny contribution would be helpful but the fundraising is over at 2:34 so please give a dollar or $10

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One Response to Minka: A documentary about a farmhouse in Japan

  1. mary jo December 5, 2010 at 3:10 am #

    Oh my gosh, this looks beautiful and the ceiling is amazing in that house!

    xo Mary Jo

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