Monday, December 30, 2013

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2014 presents “Majulah Singapura – Tree Project,” an exhibition and screenings at National Museum of Singapore

A film, "Majulah Singapura - Tree Project" completed!

Screenings of the film,

"Majulah Singapura - Tree Project"
8 & 10 January 2014, 8pm
The Salon, Level 1 at National Museum of Singapore
(01:46:43 with no intermission)

The exhibition
8 - 19 January 2014, 10am - 8pm
The Concourse, Level 1 at National Museum of Singapore

Monday, May 06, 2013

來自亞洲的私密細語 「cutlog NY」藝博會亞洲影展策展人張雅倫專訪 in 放映週報 (Funscreen)

"舉例來說,日本藝術家Hiroshi Sunairi的紀錄片The Tree Project Film跟著植物醫生的腳步,以一種浪漫、思念、寧靜的手法追尋因著倖存于廣島原子彈事件的樹木種子而存留的記憶"

An article about Cutlog NY, "來自亞洲的私密細語 「cutlog NY」藝博會亞洲影展策展人張雅倫專訪 "CutlogNY and its FREE PARKING outdoor projected image series + EMPTY HAPPINESS + Cultural Parter Selections!" by 洪健倫 in 放映週報 (Funscreen) 
5/9-5/12/13, "Tree Project Film" will be screened in cutlog art fair / video arts film festival in NY
The Clemente 107 Suffolk St New York, NY 10002

In the Program: STAY HERE in PARKING LOT SCREEN 1&2 around 8pm to 12am

cutlog NY 2013

After four successful years in Paris, cutlog art fair is pleased to announce the launch of its first New York edition from May 9-13, 2013. Approximately 45 galleries and curators will present art, installations, performances, talks, and films in a creative architecturally designed environment allowing each art project to have its own identity and a unique art interaction with the public.

Saturday, April 27, 2013

"Tree Project Film" for The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul 2013

"Tree Project Film" is selected for The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul - this year’s Green Competition, the international competition category of the GFFIS.


Screening on 14:30, May 10th and 14:00, May 12nd at CGV Yongsan theater 

Info about Green Film Festival in English

Monday, January 28, 2013

"War is for the Living"

"War is for the Living"

a group show curated 
by Chuong-­‐Dai Vo and Midori Yamamura 
2/12 – 3/23, 2013
Opening: February14, 2013, 6‐9pm

at The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery 
417 Lafayette Street 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003Tel: 212.598.1155

Tree Project Film
HD film by Hiroshi Sunairi
Duration: 27 min 22 sec

Sound, Image and Editing by Hiroshi Sunairi

A portrait of Chikara Horiguchi, a tree doctor in Hiroshima who specializes in caring for hibaku trees, those that survived the atomic bombings. Horiguchi’s story is augmented by current footage of some of the iconic hibaku trees, including Camphor, Plantae, Ginkgo, and Camilia.


"The jewel is Hiroshi Sunairi’s 2012 “Tree Project Film,” shot in Japan, about the so-called hibaku (“A-bombed”) trees that survived the destruction of Hiroshima, where the artist was born in 1972, and that are still tenderly cared for there. The film focuses on the daily rounds of a city tree doctor, although the artist’s project is of a larger scope. Over the last several years Mr. Sunairi has been planting seeds from the hibaku trees around the world, spreading their arboreal karma."

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

A New Year screening of "Making Mistakes" at the Village Zendo on Jan 25th 7pm

On Friday January 25th at 7:30pm The Village Zendo is proud to introduce filmmaker Hiroshi Sunairi and his 2011 documentary Making Mistakes (62 min.) The film is a soul-searching Buddhist tale of letting go and losing oneself among the spectacular landscapes of the “rooftop of the world.”
In the summer of 2010, artist and filmmaker Hiroshi Sunairi traveled to Xining, a city at the edge of the old Tibetan region in Amdo Province, China. He set out to create a documentary on the Yushu earthquake, which caused a massive disaster earlier that year in the town of Gyegu, but decided to travel elsewhere because of severe altitude sickness. The product of this decision is a beautifully filmed account of his attempt to make a documentary, as well as his unintended journey through the Tibetan Plateau.