This month, Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand presents the feature narrative debut from Los Angeles-based filmmaker Suju Vijayan, “The Playback Singer.” A family drama where all members come… More
Editor Archive: Chi-hui Yang
We lead off this month’s new releases with the long-awaited 20th film from director Wayne Wang (“The Joy Luck Club”, “Last Holiday”), and his first documentary, “Soul of a Banquet,” an intimate portrait of chef Cecilia Chang.
This month, Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand presents the second feature film by Los Angeles-based director Tom Huang, “Why Am I Doing This?” An ensemble comedy that reveals sometimes not so pretty insides of making it in Hollywood.
Since the early 1990s, Japanese cult director Takashi Miike has made an astounding 93 films (and counting) and become one of the most recognizable directors in the world, with his films celebrated at both the Cannes Film Festival, and local exploitation fests.
This month, alongside the release of Ritesh Batra’s worldwide hit “The Lunchbox”, Cinema Asian American presents a retrospective of Indian actor Irrfan Khan.
This month, in honor of the festivities and matches in Brazil, Cinema Asian American brings a collection of Asian soccer films – all that explore the drama, glory and tensions of futbol!
This month Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand presents the long-awaited US release of Brigitte Weich’s fascinating documentary, “Hana, Dul, Sed.”
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Bay Area-filmmaker Mona Lisa Yuchengco’s moving portrait of celebrated Filipino filmmaker Marilou Diaz-Abaya, “Filmmaker on a Voyage.”
To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month this month, Cinema Asian America presents its largest and most ambitious offering of films to date. In collaboration with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), nearly two dozen Asian American films are available to watch for free on VOD through the end of the month.
This month, Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand presents the second feature film from Taipei-based filmmaker Arvin Chen, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”