On March 11, 2011, Japan was hit by a devastating earthquake and ensuing tsunami. The people of Sidney, Australia sought to help their Pacific neighbors, and the JCS Rainbow Project emerged. The people of Sidney have worked to provide support to the children of Fukushima in the years since. This film chronicles the moving 5th year anniversary and commemoration of the tragic event, while showing the positive bond that has brought the people in these two countries closer.
JCS Rainbow Project website: http://jcsrainbow.com/en/
JCS Rainbow Project Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JCSRainbow/
About the Filmmaker
Submitted by Rio Hikichi
140 ELEMENT is not a video production company, a strategy consultancy, a marketing agency nor a branding company. But we do all of those things because we are a geeky creative team that offers a complete creative service with a digital edge, and they, all in combination, help your business grow like we do.
Our vision is simple: to work with our client partners to turn ideas into beautiful, effective and brilliant creation, that works and brings the highest possible return on investment.
Filmmaker’s Website: http://www.140element.com/