Winter in My Soul (film)
Documentary film about Heart Mountain produced by KTWO, a commercial TV station based in Casper, Wyoming. Produced in 1986, it was one of the first to focus on a specific camp and was notable for including the story of the draft resistance movement at Heart Mountain. The title comes from a poem written by Heart Mountain inmate Miyuki Aoyama and published in the camp newspaper, the Heart Mountain Sentinel .
|Starring||Tetsuo Sugimoto (interviewee), Elsie King (interviewee), <a href="/wiki/Bill_Hosokawa" title="Bill Hosokawa">Bill Hosokawa</a> (interviewee), Clarence Matsumura (interviewee), <a href="/wiki/Frank_Emi" title="Frank Emi">Frank Emi</a> (interviewee), John Corbett (interviewee), Chester Blackburn (interviewee), Mary Ruth Blackburn (interviewee), Toy Nitake (interviewee)|
|Studio||KTWO News, Casper, Wyoming|