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    Asian American International Film Festival 2013: Documentary Overview

    AsianCinevision presents the 36th edition of the AAIFF.This year, the festival presents more than two dozen features and over forty shorts from eighteen countries, in addition to workshops and other special events.

    Asian American International Film Festival 2013

    Asian CineVision instituted its AAIFF, their mission has evolved considerably.Hui’s fellow curator, L. Somi Roy, explains that they tried to encompass the different cultural experiences of a varied and diverse community.

    Asian American International Film Festival 2013 Award Recipients

    The 36th AAIFF closed at Asia Society with YANG Yong-hi’s OUR HOMELAND (2012) and an insightful Q&A between director YANG and Asia Society’s film curator La Frances HUI.

    Loving Day Supports the 2013 Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF)

    Join event. Loving Day is proud to be a community partner of the 2013 Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) in New York City. Join us for a screening of “Hafu.


    Pacific Rim: Asian American International Film Festival

    AAIFF maller, older (b. 1978), and more diverse, a politicized showcase in which fiction, documentaries, and hybrids share pride of place. a.

    36th Asian American International Film Festival

    DJ Holloway & Sun W. Kim’s Innocent Blood, which screens this Saturday during the 2013 Asian American International Film Festival in New York.

    36th Asian American International Film Festival

    Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) hosted a press conference at the Museum of Chinese in America. This year’s AAIFF is presenting 26 feature films and 44 short films about Asians and Asian Americans.

    CHINK | Interview with Director Stanley Yung

    The slang term chink, targeted at those of Chinese or Asian ethnicity, takes a twist in meaning under Stanley Yung’s direction. Q&A seiion.

    AAIFF 2013: Harana

    Documentary Harana screening information. This documentary serves as a reminder that all things get lost in time and so it is important to preserve what we can.

    AAIFF 2013: Our Homeland

    Information of Japanese film screening. Our Homeland is a Japanese film by Director Yang Yong-hi, a second generation ethnic Korean who lives in Japan

    AAIFF 2013: Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide is a Bad Idea

    Information of film Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide is a Bad Idea.That is an enjoyable experience that shouldn’t be missed..

    AAIFF 2013: Best Friends Forever

    Film Best Friends Forever is Grant’s directorial debut and it’s an enjoyable and original film. It offers one of the more realistic imaginings of how people would behave in such a situation.

    Linsanity Headlines AAIFF’13 in NYC This Week

    LINSANITY, a documentary about Lin’s unlikely rise to stardom is the opening night feature in 2013 AAIFF

    AAIFF 2013: Forgetting to Know You

    Director Quan Ling’s first film Forgetting to Know You is a stunning debut about a bleak subject. Produced by Zhangke Jia. Film follows a young family struggling to stay together in a small village near Chongqing.

    AAIFF 2013: Katia’s 3 Picks

    3 films about different pop cultures of Katia’s picks.Mumbai’s King/ Him, Here, After/ HAFU: The Mixed Race Experience in Japan.

    AAIFF 2013: Betty’s 3 Picks

    3 films about love and relationship of Betty’s picks. Innocent Blood/ Together/ Forgetting to Know You

    AAIFF 2013: Kaavya’s 3 Picks

    3 films representate different Asian cultures of Kaavya’s picks.Sholay 3D/ Linsanity/ Soongava—Dance of the Orchids.

    AAIFF 2013: Paula’s 3 Picks

    3 fiilms about global cultule, love, dream of Paula’s picks. Harana/ Soongava – Dance of the Orchids/ Touch Of The Light

    HAFU: The Mixed-Race Experience in Japan | Interview with Directors Megumi Nishikura & Lara Perez Takagi

    Schema spoke with directors Megumi Nishikura and Lara Perez Takagi about their film Hafu, which will have its Vancouver premier on Saturday, November 9th at 1:30pm at VAFF.

    Win Tickets to the 36th Asian American International Film Festival!

    Schema Magazine is the sponsor this year’s AAIFF and to celebrate they are hosting a special giveaway of 3 pairs of tickets.There 2 ways to enter the contest

    Asian CineVision

    Organizations of AAIFF. In 1978 ACV (a nonprofit media arts organization) organized the Asian American Film Festival, the first in the U.S., a three-day program of 46 films and videos at the Henry Street Settlement on New York’s Lower Eastside.

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