The Downshire Suite of Hertford Castle in Hertford, UK. "Dogs Without Names" is a powerful Japanese film documentary drama about nameless dogs and the people who save them, reduced from over 200 hours of real footage filmed by Akane Yamada who is a TV producer, writer and film director. There will be the film director as well as representatives of these two organizations filmed attending in person.
"Ever since the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster that occurred on March 11, 2011, many dogs were left abandoned or lost from their homes. This is a heart-breaking, compassionate story filled with hope and affection for the animals that they love." - Toronto Japan Film Festival 2016
"I happened to watch this film a couple of weeks ago in Japan, which moved me so much. Thus, I decided to organize its screening both in Japan (Odawara) and in the UK (Hertford). My big gratitude goes to its film director Ms. Akane Yamada for having produced such a meaningful film. It certainly deserves many viewers." - Director of the Friends With Paws, Haruko Kuwabara