"Dharma Road"

A Documentary Written, Directed, and Produced by June Inuzuka

 Director's Bio

 
JUNE KAZUKO INUZUKA (Writer, Director, Producer)  is a writer and poet currently living and working in Denver, Colorado with her husband, Steve, and her cat, Muse.  Her formal education includes a Bachelor’s degree in history from UC Berkeley and a law degree from the University of Maryland.  She's worked as a tomato cannery factory worker, a ranger at Yosemite National Park, and a women's rights advocate. She began her film studies at the Colorado Film School in her 50’s when she was looking for some sanity working at home as a full-time mother of three. She interned for "Little Voice" documentary film company in Denver and later in 2008 she was a production assistant for RK Productions which produced President Barak Obama’s acceptance speech at Invesco Field for the Democratic National Committee.  “The most wonderful aspect of making the Dharma Road documentary,” says the filmmaker, “was working with my incredibly talented and fun family.” This is her first film. 
 

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Nominated For Best Documentary 2015

2015 ASIANS ON FILM FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD MARCH 27-30 IN LOS ANGELES, CA IN LITTLE TOKYO.  DHARMA ROAD WILL BE PLAYING FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015 AT 3 PM SHOWN AT THE JAPANESE NATIONAL MUSEUM.  TICKETS CAN BE OBTAINED BY CLICKING  TICKETS OR BY GOING TO THE WEBSITE  ASIANSONFILM.COM.  UPDATED INFO ON FACEBOOK.


Women Directors Unite!

"Dharma Road" Selected:  Women Director's International Film Festival in India 2015.  





Asians on Film Festival


New York Asian American International Film Festival 2013

Dharma Road chosen for workshop

as best "Work-in-Progress"

See: http://www.asiancinevision.org/work-in-progress/