RiverRun is the first North American film festival to screen Taimagura Grandma, a poetic documentary that profiles an elderly woman living in isolation, deep in the mountains of Japan.  Japanese filmmaker Sumikawa takes us on a detailed, day-in-the-life journey of the rhythms of her working day, as she produces miso from the soybean crop.   She endures and accepts the hardships of rural life. Taimagura Grandma offers western viewers a compelling glimpse of a world rarely seen before, from deep inside Japanese society.