“Hatsumi: One Grandmother’s Journey Through the Japanese Canadian Internment” (2012, 55 min.) by Chris Hope. The journey of discovery for Nancy Okura and her grandson as they travel through the locations of the Japanese Canadian incarceration, and she tells the story of her experience for the first time. Her story comes to life in vivid detail, leading grandmother and grandson through the Japanese Canadian incarceration, across Canada and, unexpectedly, around the world.
From discovering what became of the barracks that housed Japanese Americans during the war, or groundbreaking documentaries on the Minikoa concentration camp or incarceration in Canada, these films shed light on little-known stories.