Title: Feeling grateful, honoured and on task for 2013.
Source: documenting ian, blog
Author: Ian Thomas Ash
Date: January 25, 2013
My film “Gurei Zoun No Naka” or “In the Grey Zone” (website HERE), premiered last summer at the 2012 Rhode Island International Film Festival. On the final day of the festival, I had the honour of receiving the “Filmmaker of the Future Award” (HERE).
After the festival was over, the votes were tallied and the audience choice awards were announced in the autumn. “In the Grey Zone” was given the Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary! [...]
This gives me an extra boost to finish my new feature documentary film, about the children in Fuksuhima with newly discovered thyroid cysts and nodules, which is currently in the final stages of post-production. I will be posting the trailer for that along with some new short documentary updates about Fukushima here on my blog and on my channel (HERE) very soon. [...]
See also: Fukushima Mothers: Daughter has so many thyroid cysts doctor can't count them all -- Hospital told not to test kids
Published: January 27th, 2013 at 1:10 pm ET
- Just 0.8% of children in 2001 Japanese control group had thyroid cysts or nodules — 36% in Fukushima study July 15, 2012
- Now 35.8% of Fukushima children have thyroid cysts or nodules — 13,646 do and 24,468 don’t July 15, 2012
- Fukushima Gov’t: Over 35% of young people tested have thyroid cysts or nodules April 30, 2012
- Fukushima Mothers: Daughter has so many thyroid cysts doctor can’t count them all — Hospital told not to test kids November 5, 2012
- People from Tokyo area report thyroid cysts and nodules — Japanese doctors laughing at patients (VIDEO) November 30, 2012