[Strategy shift ?] JP major companies sponsor European film fes to award honest Fukushima documentary “A2”
On 6/12/2013, the documentary film “A2” about Fukushima situation and the potential thyroid problems won Nippon Visions Award 2013.
It is filmed by the movie director, Mr. Ian Ash. Fukushima Diary has posted several articles having his works as source.
(cf, [3/15/2011] Wife of Costa Rican ambassador, “Our president told us to leave, a lot of ambassadors want to do so.” [URL])
(cf, [Fukushima children] “Doctor couldn’t count all the thyroid cysts of my daughter” [URL 2])
The award is given by Nippon connection, which holds the biggest Japanese film festival in Europe.
From the research of Fukushima Diary, the sponsors include some major Japanese companies. The fact that those major Japanese companies did not oppose giving the award to the film to criticize the governmental policy has never been covered by the media for some reason.
The sponsor companies are.. Japan Airlines, Kirin, CHOYA, Honda Center Frankfurt.
Le prix est donné par Nippon connection qui organise le plus grand festival cinématographique japonais en Europe.
Les recherches du Fukushima Diary permettent de dire que les sponsors comprennent certaines entreprises majeures du Japon. Le fait que ces majors japonais ne se soient pas opposées à ce que ce prix revienne à un film critiquant la politique du gouvernement n’a pas été rapporté par les médias.
Les sociétés sponsor sont : Japan Airlines, Kirin, CHOYA, Honda Center Frankfurt.
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