feminism / artist / generation
A feminist Japanese filmmaker meets a female artist who engaged in the legendary art movement Fluxus in 1960s NYC. The artist expresses antifeminist views, leading the filmmaker to embark on a journey to learn more about her.
The director has worked hard with the belief that 'your efforts don't betray you regardless of gender.' However, she realizes that the world isn't equal, and asks herself - 'Can I go on living as a female artist?' The director plans to meet Fluxus artist SHIOMI Mieko to find the answer but ends up with unexpected responses. Looking at the artist's life, the director realizes that women have fought in their own ways throughout the years. Though each generation may have different ideas of feminism, every woman is walking the same path. The film pays respect to the history of women. [CHOI Mina]
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GOTO Minami is a Japanese filmmaker with aspirations to work globally. She obtained an MFA degree at Columbia University in New York in 2018. She has extensive experience working with international crews and has directed, written, and produced a number of short films in both the United States and Asia. She is now based in Tokyo and working on her first feature script.
GOTO Minami / firstname.lastname@example.org