George Shaw, AAIFF’13’s trailer composer / composer, who specializes in orchestral thematic music for film, television, video games and online content, shares a little about himself.
CineVue had a chance to catch up with Mye Hoang at AAIFF’12 to discuss her experience in making her first feature VIETTE.
CineVue had the pleasure to catch up with rising talent Jess dela Merced to talk about her upcoming short film – HYPEBEASTS, which she wrote, directed, and co-starred.
Eliaichi Kimaro discusses her experience in making her first film and what she did to prepare herself for the journey in her exclusive interview with CineVue.
CineVue had a chance to catch up with Kimberly-Rose Wolter, Michael Kang, and Yoko Honjo to discuss their latest film, 4 WEDDING PLANNERS (formerly KNOTS).
CineVue had the pleasure to catch up with H.P Mendoza to discuss his latest directorial feature, I AM A GHOST at the 2012 Asian American International Film Festival.
During The National Film Society’s New York City trip, CineVue had a chance to speak with them about their partnership and their upcoming project called AWESOME ASIAN BAD GUYS.
CineVue met up with Janet Yang to discuss her experience on producing AAIFF’12 Opening Presentation, SHANGHAI CALLING.
CineVue attended the 2012 Asian American International Film Festival and had a chance to discuss with Derek Ting on his experience making his first feature, $UPERCAPITALIST.
In Part 2 of her CineVue interview, Director Alison Klayman of AI WEIWEI: NEVER SORRY gives her thoughts on Ai’s media distribution tactics and his future.