If you watch TV or movies, chances are, you’ve seen Tzi Ma. But beyond his familiar face, you probably know little about the actor.
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Debut director Arif Ali’s “Lekar Hum Deewana Dil” is a sweet film that borrows the elopement theory from evergreen 70s’-80s’ Bollywood romances like “Bobby,” “Love Story” and “Betaab.” It even has shades of Arif’s older brother Imtiaz’s “Jab We Met” and “Highway.”
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.
“2 States” is a romantic adventure that makes you believe in the power of love, starring an impressive cast including Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor.
For three seasons on network TV, an Irish-Korean American comedian has been writing and starring in his own show, to little fanfare. Now, Steve Byrne of TBS’ “Sullivan & Son” shares how he nabbed a sitcom deal, what it’s like being mixed race in Hollywood, and writing his reality.
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.
Based on uber-successful young adult novels written by Veronica Roth, the Hollywood adaption of “Divergent” is following in the footsteps of “The Hunger Games” where teens are turned into warriors in a post-apocalyptic world.
TV Asia promotes South Asian Talent in the USA by highlighting the rich heritage in the arts, religion, sports & culture.
“The Lunchbox,” Ritesh Batra’s debut feature, is a romance that takes place in Mumbai, but its style is more Hollywood than Bollywood – it feels every bit an old fashioned Hollywood film.
This month, alongside the release of Ritesh Batra’s worldwide hit “The Lunchbox”, Cinema Asian American presents a retrospective of Indian actor Irrfan Khan.