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    • AAIFF40! CALL FOR ENTRIES

          The Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) premiered in the summer of 1978 in New York City answering a growing need for social understanding, cultural diversity in American life, and independent cinema. AAIFF is the first festival in the U.S. to showcase the film and video work by artists of the Asian Diaspora. Forty […]

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    • Be A Sponsor of AAIFF40!

      Corporate sponsorships are vital for ACV to produce annual Asian American International Film Festival. Collaborate with AAIFF16 to demonstrate your company’s commitment to art and diversity. AAIFF is a creative solution for your company to achieve corporate marketing goals.

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    • ACV Presents: Chinese Art Film Festival 中国艺术电影展 (August 5-6)

        Asian CineVision and the Shanghai Film Distribution and Exhibition Association present the New York premieres of four award-winning Chinese art films August 05-06, 2016.   FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE: THE BEIJING OPERA/霸王别姬 (3D) Friday August 5 | 7:00PM | Crosby Street Hotel Dir. Teng Junjie | China | 2014 | 102mins | New York City […]

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    • Stop Bullying, Take The Pledge

      ACV joins the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to launch Act To Change Bullying Prevention campaign. Act To Change is a public awareness campaign working to address bullying, including the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Kids and teens are bullied in schools all across the country. Unfortunately, many AAPI youth […]

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    • JAN 5 ACV CO-PRESENTS STUDENT ACADEMY AWARD WINNING DOC ‘ONE CHILD’

      Jan 5 ACV co-presents the screening of ONE CHILD, a 40-min documentary by Chinese director Zijian Mu that won the Student Academy Award in 2014.

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    • Nov 19 & 20 Val Wang’s BEIJING BASTARD Book Signing & Film Screening Events

      Join Chinese American writer and media maker Val Wang sharing her unique, not-quite-outsider’s Chinese American perspective of life and the independent cultural scenes in contemporary China on Nov 19 and 20.

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    NATIONAL FILM SOCIETY: NEW YORK TAKE OVER

    The National Film Society recently visited New York City to promote their Kickstarter campaign for AWESOME ASIAN BAD GUYS.

    ACV partners with Kollaboration New York 2012

    ACV is proud to be a community partner for Kollaboration New York 2012 on September 21st! Grab your tickets and witness New York’s rising Asian American performing artists.

    VOTE FOR ACV AT CHASE COMMUNITY GIVING

    Find out how you can help us win the Chase Community Giving Grant! Your vote counts!

    TRANSCENDING: THE WAT MISAKA STORY

    The story of Wat Misaka, a Japanese American who was the first minority basketball player to be drafted into the NBA.

    I AM A GHOST

    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.

    SHANGHAI CALLING

    When an ambitious New York attorney, Sam (Daniel Henney), is sent to Shanghai on assignment, he immediately stumbles into a legal mess that could spell the end of his career.

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    JOIN ONE DAY IN NEW YORK AND AAIFF’14!

    Partnering with ONE DAY IN NEW YORK, Asian CineVision encourages subscribers to document on April 26th the A/P/A communities and answer 10 sets of questions. Videos may be eligible for AAIFF’14.

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    CINEMA SPOTLIGHT: THAT DEMON WITHIN

    Hong Kong auteur Dante Lam’s latest crime-thriller THAT DEMON WITHIN (starring Daniel Wu and Nick Cheung) plays at AMC Empire 25. CineVue contributor Raymond Tsang shares his insights.

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    POINT OF INTEREST: THE CINEMATIC MAGIC OF ANTHONY CHEN

    CineVue interviews Anthony Chen, director of the award-winning film ILO ILO, to talk about this creative process and the cinematic magic he encountered when making the film.

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    REVIEW: ILO ILO (2013)

    Singaporean filmmaker Anthony Chen’s award-winning feature debut ILO ILO opens this Friday in NYC. CineVue contributor Pang-chieh reviewed the film.

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    INTERVIEW: DAVID HENRY HWANG

    CineVue caught up with the ACV Honorary Circle member where he discussed the revival of DANCE IN THE RAILROAD, the Asian American theater scene, and working as an Asian American writer.

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    REVIEW: DAVID HENRY HWANG’S KUNG FU (2014)

    Hilary Bettis reviews David Henry Hwang’s multi-media martial art play KUNG FU, an exhilarating portrait of international icon Bruce Lee’s cross-continental journey.

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