Taking on any documentary film project means being ready to go anywhere your story leads you. In the case of My Shanghai, the roads have linked oceans, decades and cultures, with one exit off the I-5 in Keizer, Oregon. This is where I found Thomas Crossland. Thomas is a Japanese print dealer. Wherefore, ahead of … More Article #58: Journeys from Japan
What strikes me is how symbolic these rocks are, and how fragile. … More When is an island not an island?
The countdown has begun! Our Kickstarter campaign launched today — The drive is live on this very exciting link! — which, if all goes well, will raise $20,000 for the My Shanghai budget. We’ll use the money for sound editing and mixing, color correction, and an original score by Jonathan Geer. Whatever is left over will help … More The drive is live, thank you