What A Rabbit Taught Me: Emiko Omori and The Authentic Voice

Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 6:00 pm
Emiko Omori holds an old family photo

Emmy-winning filmmaker Emiko Omori discusses her journeys of discovery through her groundbreaking documentaries (“Rabbit In the Moon,” “To Chris Marker,” “An Unsent Letter; Vanishing Chinatown: The World of The May’s Photo Studio”), and her award-winning work in cinematography. In conversation with Cinema Professor Pat Jackson and student Kevin Kodama. Free.

Emiko Omori

Emiko Omori, a native Californian and San Francisco State graduate, is a highly regarded cinematographer, writer and director. In 1968 she became the first female news camera operator in San Francisco, on KQED’s “Newsroom.” For more than three decades, she has freelanced as cinematographer on many award-winning documentaries, features, industrials, commercials and educational films.

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