The coronavirus is having a devastating impact on film festivals. San Francisco and RiverRun International Film Festivals have canceled.
Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles (West Hollywood, Little Tokyo-downtown)
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Since 1983, the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival has presented nearly 4,000 films and videos by Asian international and Asian Pacific American artists, and additionally features seminars and panels, in-person guest appearances, and filmmaker awards. The Film Festival continues to be the largest festival of its kind in Southern California and is the premier showcase for the best and brightest of Asian American and Asian international cinema.
Here is an exclusive clip from IN A NEW YORK MINUTE from first time writer/director Ximan Li and starring Celia Au, Amy Chang, Yi Liu, with Ludi Lin, along with Cheng Pei Pei.
Julian Kim and Peter S. Lee’s Immigrant Indie Drama HAPPY CLEANERS to World Premiere at LA Asian Pacific Film Festival
Julian Kim and Peter S. Lee wrote and directed Happy Cleaners, a true independent film, funded via Kickstarter, that tackles the subject of growing up in an immigrant household.
This year’s 35th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival will kick off with the World Premiere of Yellow Rose, written and directed by first time feature female filmmaker Diane Paragas.
‘SEARCHING’ ‘MINDING THE GAP’ ‘IN THE LIFE OF MUSIC’ Win Audience Awards at 34th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
The 34th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) came to a close this past weekend and announced their audience awards for best films at this year’s film extravaganza
‘FOR IZZY,’ ‘CALL HER GANDA,’ ‘PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF DESIRE’ ‘WARU’ Take Top Awards at 34th LA Asian Pacific Film Festival
The 34th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) announced their filmmaker awards, and “FOR IZZY,” written and directed by Alex Chu, was awarded the LAAPFF Grand Jury Prize for Outstanding North American Narrative Feature
‘The House of Suh’ and ‘Living In Seduced Circumstances’ Took Top Jury Honors at 2011 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
The 2011 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival celebrated the closing night of their 27th Anniversary edition on Thursday night with the screening of the Taiwanese romantic comedy “LOVE IN DISGUISE” by Leehom Wang and the announcement of this year’s jury prizes. Filmmaker Ian Gamazon took home both the Grand Jury Prize for Outstanding Fiction Film and Outstanding Director award for his film “LIVING IN SEDUCED CIRCUMSTANCES,” while actors Eric Mabius, Fernando Noriega, Will Yun […]