"Cherry Blossom Kite"
15 Mins | English | Directed By Mel Andre | Producer Mel Andre & Johanna Freda
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is an annual event that attracts millions of people to Washington DC. One of the festival's main attractions is the Blossom Kite Festival, a long-standing tradition that has been held at the National Mall since 1967. Despite efforts by some people to halt the event, it remains a popular and successful gathering, with both amateur and professional kite enthusiasts coming from all over the country to participate.
The documentary explores the history and significance of the Blossom Kite Festival and its place within the larger context of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. It features interviews with kite enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds, from seasoned veterans to first-time participants, as well as organizers and festival staff. The film also delves into the controversy surrounding the event
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