Asian CineVision is participating in the 36 Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival! Stop by ACV's booth to say hi and learn more about the upcoming Asian American International Film Festival. We will distribute AAIFF15 TICKET VOUCHERS!
From now until February 15, 2013, you can submit your work and have a chance to be a part of The 36th Annual Asian American International Film Festival from July 24 through August 3, 2013.
Read a letter from the team on what we’ve accomplished so far in 2012 and how you can help to continue our efforts in 2013!
Asian CineVision is proudly co-presenting DAYLIGHT SAVINGS film at The Anthology Film Archives Wednesday, November 28.
GODDESS: CHINESE WOMEN ON SCREEN features memorable past and present female actresses.
Have you signed up to be an AALDEF (Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund) Election Protection volunteer for 2012 yet?
The Asian Heritage Network of the New York Times hosts the first stop of the 2012/13 National Festival Tour.
CineVue reunited with Director Wong Chen-Hsi this March and interviewed her on the process of filmmaking for Innocents, a 2012 Singaporean film and AAIFF’13 Feature Film.
In this Google Hangout, Patrick Wang, Theresa Navarro, Derek Ting, and Ryan Kawamoto come together to talk about how they utilize new media as a way to market, share, and self-distribute their films.
Enter the “Acts of Love” Story Contest by July 15, 2014 sponsored by The Jeremy Lin Foundation and Jubilee Project!
CineVue caught up with Director Jennifer Kroot of To Be Takei, which will screen at Film Society of Lincoln Center on June 15, 2014 as part of Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
CineVue caught up with AAIFF alum Khyentse Norbu and the lead actresses of his new film VARA: A BLESSING when the film screened at Tribeca Film Festival 2014.
CineVue interviewed Burmese director Midi Z and actress Wu Ke-hsi for the NYC premiere of Midi’s third feature ICE POISON at Tribeca Film Festival in April 2014.