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  • Thursday July 25, 2013

    INTO THE PENUMBRA

    Asian American representation in mainstream media has always been a struggle. Only those who envisage a possible shattering of the status quo could pioneer change.

    LIL TOKYO REPORTER

    In 1935 Los Angeles, while the country struggles through the Great Depression, the Japanese American community unites for survival.

    MORE THAN A FACE IN THE CROWD

    A filmmaker explores the life of her 100-year-old great-aunt, Jane Chung, an actress who made a career for herself at a time when Asian Americans faced widespread racism in Hollywood.

    OR DIE…

    Three ‘brown’ actors are excited to make an internet video, until they learn just what that video entails.

    KEYE LUKE

    Keye Luke is a story about Keye Luke, Actor and Artist, the original Kato in the 1940s Green Hornet.

    ONLY CHILD

    In a large Chinese toy factory, the film shows the production process of a single painter.

    CHINK

    The first Asian American serial killer movie, CHINK adds an ethnic twist to the slasher genre and will make you question stereotypical notions of the model minority.