AAIFF Featured Films (2012)
Emily is stuck in a repetition of events, a cycle that slowly begins to unravel as she comes to discover where and what she truly is.
In this quirky documentary, an American man and a Chinese woman agree to marry one another, but soon find out the relationship is not what they expected.
Tender, intellectual, and reflective, director/writer Eliaichi Kimaro explores her intricate identity as a Tanzanian-Korean mixed-race, first-generation American in her award-winning documentary.
Set in the beautiful backdrop of Vietnam’s landscape, seven vignettes tell the stories of six women and one man of different ages and at different stages of their lives.
An emotional and dramatic coming-of-age story of a Vietnamese-American teenager who dreams of breaking free from her oppressive household to pursue her desires.
A transgender woman tries to leave her past life as a sex worker but becomes embroiled in the politics of a local election.
A mechanic looking to save his faltering marriage strikes up an unlikely friendship with a Vietnamese-American manicurist.
L.A. teenagers must survive the treacherous world of peer pressure, drug dealers, and dysfunctional families.
Uncommonly sharp-witted and brilliantly acted, YES, WE’RE OPEN presents Luke and Sylvia, a couple who think of themselves as open and modern—until they meet Elena and Ronald.
Rookie Congressman Joseph Cao of Louisiana navigates the realities of racial and partisan politics in the South while struggling to maintain his idealism.