Today at 2:46PM it was exactly two years since the March 11, 2011 disaster.
A couple of months ago, I had wondered how I would spend the day. Coincidentally, today turned out to be the last day I would be editing my documentary "A2" (WEBSITE), about the children living in Fukushima. I have just now handed the film over to the post-production team in the UK.
It's bittersweet; I suppose like sending a child off to university.
I am honoured that Discovery News' March 11 anniversary coverage includes my guest blog (HERE), the 10th one I have written for Discovery since the earthquake struck two years ago, and it is also linked to the short documentary I compiled for today (HERE).
And today began with the humbling news that "A2" has been accepted in a competitive film festival in Europe in June.
Editing. Praying. Writing. Reflecting. Gratitude.
Congrats, Ian! =)
Thank you so much for all of your support and encouragement over all these months.
I am looking forward to you seeing the film and to hearing your thoughts.
Hope you are well.
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