March means spring, hoops and most importantly, film! CAAMFest –aka the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival – the nation’s largest showcase of new Asian American and Asian films runs from March 13-23 and will provide a preview of the many films and stars we’ll be hearing more from in the coming months.
This month Cinema Asian America presents the directorial debut of San Jose, CA-based filmmaker Byron Q, “Bang Bang.” Critically acclaimed at film festivals throughout the country.
This month Cinema Asian American presents the feature film debut of Los Angeles-based director Nadine Truong, “Someone I Used To Know.”
As we ready ourselves for the Academy Awards on March 3, Cinema Asian America offers a chance to look back at the ground-breaking film “Visas and Virtue,” which won an Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film in 1998.
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Zach Heinzerling’s feature debut documentary, “Cutie and the Boxer.”
February is the month of looking back at the best films of the past year, as we catch up on all of the Oscar-nominated pictures to cast our own ballots, and of looking forward too, at the films which will define the new year in movies.
“Skin Stories.” (Pacific Islanders in Communications) This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Emiko Omori’s ground-breaking exploration of tattoo art and culture, “Skin Stories.”
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Christine Yoo’s long-awaited, screwball-romantic-family comedy, “Wedding Palace.”
Cinema Asian America welcomes in 2014 with some of the most acclaimed releases of 2013 (and on many Oscar shortlists) and a special focus on Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to brighten and warm up those cold winter days and nights.
This December, as part of a month-long focus on Pacific Islander stories, Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand presents Lisette Marie Flanary’s heart-warming documentary “One Voice.”