Toyo Miyatake: Infinite Shades of Gray

Director: Robert A. Nakamura

Institute History

  • 2002 Sundance Film Festival


TOYO MIYATAKE: INFINITE SHADES OF GRAY is an elegant and penetrating discovery of this little-known yet internationally-exhibited Japanese American pictorialist who surrepti-tiously documented America's WWIIconcentration camps with a handmade camera.

Screening Details


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