The dramatic imagery that emerged from the disasters of the March 11 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, documented so extensively by mainstream and social media, is hard to forget. However, there were and still are many stories to be told about the people who were left to pick up the pieces of their lives and, in many cases, find new homes and careers. Here are a few non-Japanese filmmakers who were inspired to document the concerns and hopes of survivors.
Wesley Julian (right, in the purple T-shirt) works with his crew during a shoot for this 113 Project. | COURTESY OF WESLEY JULIAN
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