Directed by John Haptas and Kristine Samuelson. “Waka” is a term for Japanese poetry, and this award-winning film is a poem about Tokyo, its people, and 20,000 crows that also live there. “A nimble consideration of the collision between the wildness of nature and the orderly bustle of modern urban life…An essay on ornithology, Japanese culture and the challenges of pest control.” –N.Y. Times.
USA/Japan, 2012, color, Blu-ray, 63 min.
Admission is $9; CMA members, seniors 65 & over, and students $7; or one CMA Film Series voucher. Vouchers, in books of ten, can be purchased at the Ticket Center for $70 (CMA members $60).