With a power and imagination uninhibited by their length, these five beautiful shorts capture the strength and pitfalls of familial bonds.
Each year, AAIFF selects one work-in-progress from the submissions for a dynamic workshop.
Three ‘brown’ actors are excited to make an internet video, until they learn just what that video entails.
Brooklyn-based video artist Bo Wang talks about his latest work CHINA CONCERTO, a video commentary on the social psychology that had bolstered the Red Culture Movement in China.
Asian CineVision (ACV) is proud to announce the award-winning feature and short films of the 35th Annual Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF).
Featuring the best music videos from independent Asian and Asian American artists. Come drink and dance the night away with AAIFF’12!
New York, NY – (July 17, 2012) – Asian CineVision (ACV) presenter of the 35th Asian American International Film Festival highlights LGBTQ themed film line-up by hosting LGBTQ Cinema Night on Friday, July 27.
Join the director and producer of SHANGHAI CALLING, as well as writer/star of $UPERCAPITALIST as they share their experiences and talk about prospects of future co-productions.
Director Jesus Olvera | USA | 10 min Director Jesus Olvera captures how a Mexican teen overcomes his insecurities and struggles by joining a dance club that previously only had Asian members. The group, which is finally named “Asiacans”, shows how two different cultures can bond together as one. Screening: August 4, 2012, 1:30pm Museum of […]
Director Anthony Anglin Jr. | USA | 5 min Directed by 17-year-old Tony Anglin, this short documentary interweaves interviews and live performances of the young artist Craig Furnivall, based in San Diego, who talks about how music is the passion and aspiration of his life. Screening: August 4, 2012, 1:30pm Museum of Chinese in America Playing as […]