On Monday 10th of April, the Curzon Bloomsbury will be screening two NHK documentaries:
What You Taught Me About My Son is an award-winning documentary about a Japanese boy with severe autism who wrote one of the most extraordinarily candid books on life with the condition, championed by the acclaimed British author, David Mitchell.
Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki follows Japanese animation maestro and Studio Ghibli co-founder as he comes out of retirement to work on his first-ever CGI film.
As you can imagine, I was very excited to find out that a documentary on Hayao Miyazaki would be showing, and jumped on the occasion to attend this event! And so can you 😉 Here’s how:
The event is free to attend, but ticketed. Both sessions will include a short introduction to NHK WORLD TV, the film screening and a post-show Q&As. What You Taught Me About My Son begins at 6:30pm, and Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki at 8:30pm.
To book tickets visit: www.nhkworldtvdocs.eventbrite.com