1989 Sundance Film Festival in Tokyo

The Festival, established to support cultural exchange between American and Japanese filmmakers, to share American independent films with Japan's audiences, and to help such films access sales and distribution opportunities within the Japanese marketplace.
o Sundance delegation in Tokyo consisted of Jonathan Wacks (director, Powwow Highway), Michael Nolan (producer, 84 Charlie Mopic), Peter Want (director, The Laserman), Gordon Eriksen (director, The Big Dis), Rick Stevenson (producer, Promised Land and Some Girls), Jeffrey Stoeffhaas (co-director, Cheap Shots), Obie Benz (Producer/director, Heavy Petting), Al Reinert (producer/director, For All Mankind), Alan Raymond (co-director, Elvis ’56), Robert Stone (director, Radio Bikini).

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