Curated by Chale Nafus (retired executive director of Austin Film Society) Miss Hokusai is presented within its full cultural creative context, though remarks prepared by Nafus prior to the film, in film notes, and in an audience discussion after the film.
About The Film:
Living in the Shadow of her famous father (the artist Tetsuzo Hokusai), O-Ei has become an accomplished artist admired by other artists for her ink drawings of women. But Tetsuzo will not allow her to sign these drawings, since she often completes work he has been commissioned to paint.
This film is rated PG13.
Free popcorn and lemonade!
This event is part of the Museums and Cultural Division's annual Planet Cinema Film Festival. All week long, catch classic Japanese Anime films at the Asian American Resource Center, the Mexican American Cultural Center, the Carver Museum, the DAC, and the Elisabet Ney Museum.
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