A short documentary by Matthew Hashiguchi People Aren’t All Bad is a finalist for Smithsonian Magazine’s In Motion Video Contest.
This film reveals 89-year-old Yutaka Kobayashi’s experience as a Japanese American before and leading up to WWII.
There’s an Audience Choice Award that will be determined by votes. If you’d like Smithsonian Magazine to recognize an Asian American story, you can vote daily for People Aren’t All Bad is at the bottom under the “American Experience” category.
Winners will be announced on August 11, 2014.