Past Film/Video | Visiting Filmmakers

95 and 6 to Go

Director Kimi Takesue in person

(Kimi Takesue, 2017)

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Family remembrance turned into a documentary, Kimi Takesue’s 95 and 6 to Go captures the filmmaker’s relationship with her 95-year-old, recently widowed, Japanese-American grandfather, Tom, who lives alone in Honolulu. What begins as Takesue’s gesture toward preserving a familial moment takes a turn as Tom becomes more and more interested in her work and screenplay in progress. (85 mins., DCP)

Family picture of filmmaker's grandparents

95 and 6 to Go, image courtesy of the artist

Family picture of filmmaker's grandparents on the beach

95 and 6 to Go, image courtesy of the artist

Film close-up of the filmmaker's grandfather

95 and 6 to Go, image courtesy of the artist

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Rohauer Collection Foundation

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Institute of Museum and Library Services

National Endowment for the Arts

SUPPORT FOR VISITING FILMMAKERS SERIES

Corna Kokosing

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Past Film/Video

95 and 6 to Go