This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents the award-winning documentary, “I Am.” Made by the Virginia-based, New Delhi-raised filmmaker Sonali Gulati, “I Am” chronicles the journey of an Indian lesbian filmmaker who returns to Delhi, to re-open what was once home, and finally confront the loss of her mother whom she never […]
If you haven’t heard of the Red Nation Film Festival, the annual two-week long Los Angeles-based celebration of American Indian and Indigenous cinema, it’s not for the lack of effort, passion or spirit stemming from its founder, director, publicist and one-woman cheerleading squad, Joanelle Romero. She provided a selection of films to XFINITY On Demand […]
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Richard Fung’s award-winning culinary travelogue, “Dal Puri Diaspora.”
What’s a young, modern, and open-minded San Francisco couple to do when their relationship begins to stagnate? In the rollicking new comedy “Yes, We’re Open”, available this month on Xfinity On Demand’s Cinema Asian America.
Se acerca del Día de Acción de Gracias y ¿qué mejor que ver unas buenas películas después de una gran cena? Con eso en mente, aquí les tenemos las 5 películas recomendadas disponibles por XFINITY On Demand
At the moment, Ian Skorodin is busy. It’s a beautiful weekday morning in Los Angeles, but the founder and director of the L.A. Skins Fest, a Native American Film Festival, is in his cluttered Hollywood office, mired in the unglamorous work of sending digital files of feature movies and short films to XFINITY where they […]
It’s a new month, with new movies on XFINITY On Demand. Use this schedule to help plan which movies you want to watch. Click on a title and get taken to a page where you can watch previews, begin the purchase process from your computer, or add the movie to your queue if it’s not available […]
Catty book clubs, the history of roti, Salman Rushdie, open relationships and of course, Keanu Reeves: Cinema Asian America has it all, and more this November.
“I’m sorry,” television writer-producer David Shore – the creator and executive producer of the acclaimed series “House” – told the audience at the Media Access Awards last week in Beverly Hills. “He [House, the character played by Hugh Laurie ] was originally supposed to be in a wheelchair. But I lost that fight [with the […]
What is life like for the transgender community in the world’s largest Muslim country, Indonesia? This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity on Demand presents Kathy Huang’s award-winning documentary, “Tales of The Waria,” a compelling and intimate exploration of this question.