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    ASIAN JOURNAL | AMIGO: REVISITING A FOOTNOTE OF PHILIPPINE HISTORY

    After a long wait, the much-anticipated independent feature by acclaimed filmmaker John Sayles, will open in theaters across major cities in the United States this weekend.

    WORLDJOURNAL | 亞美電影節 「震後重生」今免費放映

    第34屆「亞美電影節」(Asian American International Film Festival)上周於曼哈坦落幕,由亞裔導演與演員參與的各大影片獲得觀眾的滿堂彩,許多場次門票供不應求。為感謝亞裔觀眾支持,主辦方將於18日在法拉盛舉辦免費電影放映,飛越皇后購物中心也將提供大禮為現場觀眾抽獎。

    PBS | WATCH ‘BETTER THIS WORLD’ AT DOCUWEEKS 2011 AND ‘THE LEARNING’ AT AAIFF

    We are excited to announce that Better This World (POV, 2011) will be presented at DocuWeeks 2011, beginning next week in New York!

    WNYC/NPR | ASIAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FEST KICKS OFF IN NEW YORK

    The 34th annual Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) kicks off on Wednesday night with a screening of “Amigo,” a film by the critically acclaimed independent filmmaker John Sayles about the history of the Philippine-American War.


    MENISCUS | LBGTQ NIGHT AT THE 2011 ASIAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

    On Thursday, August 11, the Asian American International Film Festival presents LBGTQ (Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, Queer) Cinema Night at the Clearview Chelsea on West 23rd Street in Manhattan.

    WALL STREET JOURNAL | FOR FOREIGN FILMS, THE CITY SHRINKS

    Today, Ms. Tien serves as program manager for the Asian American International Film Festival, which will begin its 34th annual edition Wednesday at various locations downtown.

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