Free Film: Weaving Shibusa
Free, limited capacity
September 5, 2018
Dir Devin Leisher, Erik Motta and Mehdi Ahmadi / 2017 / 94 mins / Classification: 12+
Weaving Shibusa is the story of Japanese craftsmanship and dedication, shown through their love and fascination of denim. The film gives unprecedented access to the mysterious and storied industry of Japanese denim, told by the only people who can; world-renowned vintage denim experts, the highly regarded “Osaka 5”, responsible for Japan’s denim revival, as well as passionate innovators who’s unparalleled work has made “Japanese Denim” synonymous with the highest quality possible.
What makes Japanese denim special is not only the materials, machinery, and techniques, but also the people and ideas behind the process. This film reveals the intense passion and insight behind Japanese denim, but also poses the question; what is the future of these garments that are so deeply rooted in the past?
This film screening is part of The Intuitive Thread exhibition program.
September 5, 2018 (Wednesday)
6:30pm – 8:05pm (doors open 6pm)
* Doors open 30 minutes before event start
Screening will be held in a seminar room type event space.
Bean bags and chairs are available as seating
Please feel free to bring bottled non-alcoholic drinks and snacks (no hot food please).
Free, limited capacity.
The Japan Foundation, Sydney
Level 4, Central Park (Access via lifts)
28 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008
(02) 8239 0055