It makes sense that Joan Chen, the renowned actress and filmmaker who has been working in both the Hollywood and Chinese film industries since she was 14 years old, is especially curious about what young Americans think about China these days. So curious that she’s the head contest judge of the 1990 Institute’s newest education […]
Have a happy Halloween from Xfinity Asia, and if there are no parades, clubs or parties in store for you, here’s some TV to catch up on instead this week.
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents the long-awaited re-release of Eric Byler’s award-winning 2006 drama, “Americanese.” After winning the audience award at the SXSW Film Festival and receiving acclaim at film festivals nationally.
This month Cinema Asian America features a spotlight on Chinese American stories through a collection of award-winning documentary and narrative films, many not available to the public until now.
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents the much-anticipated new film from Los Angeles filmmaker Quentin Lee (“The People I’ve Slept With”, “Shopping for Fangs”).
June not only marks the kick off to summer, but the start to a whole season of exciting new movie releases and also, a new offering Cinema Asian America, which will each month highlight the filmmaking of a different Asian American community.
While audiences impatiently await the release of Quentin Lee’s latest feature “White Frog” (starring Harry Shum Jr, Bobo Cheng, Joan Chen and scheduled for a 2013 release), this month Cinema Asian American offers the long-unavailable, pioneering first feature film co-directed by Lee and Justin Lin (“Fast and Furious,” “Better Luck Tomorrow”), “Shopping For Fangs”.