People Aren't All Bad has screened in various film festivals throughout the United States and was recently a finalist for Smithsonian Magazine's In Motion Video Contest.
The Good Luck Soup documentary is a personal film that reveals the post-WWII experience of being Japanese American in the American Midwest. Told from the perspective of 29-year-old filmmaker Matthew Hashiguchi, the story follows his journey as he uncovers the experiences of his own Japanese American family in Cleveland, Ohio, from the time they left the internment camps until the present day.
Good Luck Soup Interactive is an interactive documentary and participatory storytelling project that will reveal the resettlement and migration of Japanese American and Japanese Canadian Internment Camp victims after they left the internment camps. The stories will be told through uploaded text and photographs from internment camp victims, or their families, and will be shared through an interactive website and map.
Successfully fundraised $15,803 through Kickstarter in May 2014.