This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Yuriko Gamo Romer’s inspiring documentary, “Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful.” A profile of Keiko Fukuda, the highest ranking woman in judo history.
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This month, Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand presents Ernesto Foronda and Silas Howard’s romantic comedy, “Sunset Stories.” After much-talked about screenings at film festivals around the country, from SXSW to the San Francisco International Asian American, the film is now available to audiences nation-wide.
Fresh from its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, Junya Sakino’s biting and hilarious comedy “Sake-Bomb” is available on Xfinity OnDemand for the month of August.
Director Joe Kosinski talks about his movie “Oblivion,” which is now available with XFINITY On Demand, and reveals what surprised him most about Tom Cruise.
It’s a new month, with new movies on XFINITY On Demand. Use this schedule to help plan which movies you want to watch. Click on a title and get taken to… More
In the spring of 2001, New York filmmaker Linda Hattendorf began videotaping stories told to her by a homeless, elderly Japanese-American man named Jimmy Mirikitani who lived on the streets… More
Movies and TV are full of cross-dressing characters who play it for laughs from Corporal Klinger on “M*A*S*H” to Dustin Hoffman in “Tootise,” but it is no laughing matter on… More
As Cinema Asian America continues a focus on Korean American filmmaking this July, we are please to present the XFINITY On Demand® premiere of Tom Coffman’s celebrated – and epic – history of Korean America, “Arirang: The Korean American Journey.”
In 1966, an eight year-old Korean girl named Cha Jung Hee (soon to be named Deann) was adopted by the Borshay family in Fremont, California. Little did she know that… More
This July, amidst a bevy of anticipated new releases, Cinema Asian America also shines a spotlight on Korean American films and offers a showcase of recent films which capture the stories – and talents – of this community, from classic films starring Sandra Oh and Margaret Cho to award-winning, personal documentaries.