This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Kevin Hamedani’s raucous, bro-friendship comedy about filmmaking and the film industry, “Junk.”
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“The Walking Dead” recently ended its fifth season with quite the cliff hanger — and it was a good one. But for those “Walking Dead” fans who still have not caught up (and believe me, you really should) I will spare the spoilers. Perhaps this is a good time to turn our attention to one of the characters who’s had an amazing trajectory throughout the series: Glenn Rhee.
Launched in 2002, Saigon Broadcasting Television Network (“SBTN”) was the first 24-hour Vietnamese television network specifically programmed to meet the needs of Vietnamese audiences living outside Vietnam.
This month Cinema Asian America presents a collection of anticipated new releases, and classics that should be just enough to keep you busy from April Fool’s through May Day.
On March 11, 2014, Xfinity had the absolute pleasure of interviewing one of the most versatile and talented Bollywood actresses, Vidya Balan. Balan who was in town promoting the much-anticipated International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards
Q&A With Keo Woolford, Director and Writer of “The Haumana”
Attention cricket fans! The second largest cricketing event, the 2014 ICC T20 World Cup, is just a few weeks away.
Q&A with Award-winning “Ilo Ilo” Director Anthony Chen
From socially-charged documentaries to quirky coming-of-age narratives, CAAMFest is thrilled to announce the award winners of this year’s festival.
Q&A With Grace Lee, director of “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs”