Retsu Motoyoshi is an award winning filmmaker based in New York. After graduating college in Japan, he moved to New York to study filmmaking, where he made a number of short films. His short film “the day, the summer” was shown at numerous international film festival, and his first documentary work “the changing tradition” won the Best Short Documentary award at the NY Eurasian Film Festival. His short film “Dirty Clothes” was shown in Cannes Short Film Corner in 2017. Beside films, Retsu has made various short documentaries about political and cultural issues of America in collaboration with Japanese news media.