The Korean genre mashup Killing Romance directed by Lee Won-suk will kick off New York Asian Film Festival
New York Asian Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: New York Asian Film Festival
WHERE: New York, New York
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) in presented annually collaboration with Subway Cinema and Film at Lincoln Center since 2010. The festival is North America’s leading festival of popular Asian cinema.
Since 2002, the New York Asian Film Festival has been an annual celebration of the best and boldest in Asian cinema. As the first film festival in North America to champion the works of today’s leading Asian auteurs, NYAFF continues to introduce vibrant and vital voices ranging from explosive blockbusters to eccentric arthouse gems. As we celebrate Asian representation more than ever, NYAFF provides an essential connection and awareness to our community, to New Yorkers, and beyond.
New York Asian Film Festival 2022 unveiled award honorees and more films including Hansan: Rising Dragon, Alienoid and Mama Boy.
25th New York Asian Film Festival Reveals First Wave of Films, Opens with Thai Romcom FAST & FEEL LOVE
New York Asian Film Festival opens with the propulsively paced Thai romcom Fast & Feel Love, directed by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit.
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“Dynamite Graffiti” “BuyBack” “Men on the Dragon” and more on 17th New York Asian Film Festival Lineup
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BAD GENIUS Wins Best Film, Transgender Drama CLOSE-KNIT Wins Audience Award at New York Asian Film Festival
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