Lost & Found Gallery Fundraiser

Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 23:00 to Friday, March 1, 2013 - 07:00
Gladstone Hotel
1214 Queen St W
Toronto , ON
43° 38' 33.216" N, 79° 25' 37.6212" W
Ontario CA

We are very excited to invite you to celebrate the launch of our documentary, LOST & FOUND.

Join us for a fundraising extravaganza featuring original artwork from the film (by the magnificent Kathryn Ruppert-Dazai), tsunami items soon to be reunited with their owners in Japan, and a media centre unveiling our trailer and scenes from the film.

Have a drink at the cash bar, check out the film, and get the chance to purchase limited-time offers from Hot Docs such as Festival Tickets and exclusive Party Passes.

This is a free event and all are welcome!

Come and witness first hand the epic endeavor that is underway and support us in reuniting objects from the 2011 tsunami with their owners.


LOST & FOUND, a film by John Choi & Nicolina Lanni


LOST & FOUND follows the epic endeavor underway to reunite objects lost in the 2011 Japanese tsunami. Strangers, continents apart, are coming together to salvage the memories amidst the debris. Join us as we meet the beachcombers, oceanographers, kayakers, and environmentalists who will travel back to Japan to return the lost belongings to their rightful owners.

Kevin McLean


We welcome your comments! rabble.ca embraces a pro-human rights, pro-feminist, anti-racist, queer-positive, anti-imperialist and pro-labour stance, and encourages discussions which develop progressive thought. Our full comment policy can be found here. Learn more about Disqus on rabble.ca and your privacy here. Please keep in mind:


  • Tell the truth and avoid rumours.
  • Add context and background.
  • Report typos and logical fallacies.
  • Be respectful.
  • Respect copyright - link to articles.
  • Stay focused. Bring in-depth commentary to our discussion forum, babble.


  • Use oppressive/offensive language.
  • Libel or defame.
  • Bully or troll.
  • Post spam.
  • Engage trolls. Flag suspect activity instead.