Secretly filmed at Walt Disney theme parks, “Escape from Tomorrow” is the provocative film critics said would never see the light of day.
Category Archives: Xfinity On Demand
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Duc Nguyen’s Emmy Award-winning documentary, Bolinao 52, a powerful account of the experiences of Vietnamese boat people refugees, and of one boat in particular, whose tragic circumstances magnified the challenges facing those displaced by the Vietnam War.
As part of Comcast’s observance of National Disability Awareness Month, XFINITY TV interviewed author and adventurer Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind man to summit Mount Everest. Weinhenmayer, 45, has since… More
More than any current prime time TV series, “Modern Family” has come to define family television. It’s a series that brings generations together to share laughs in the way TV… More
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
October is an exciting month on Cinema Asian America, with a collection of must-see films that have already set the film world abuzz. Leading the way in our new releases is “Linsanity,” Evan Leong’s thrilling portrait of NBA point guard Jeremy Lin, who captivated the world through his sudden rise to fame with the New York Knicks, despite considerable odds.
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents David Peterson’s riveting behind-the-scenes documentary, “Journey of a Bonesetter’s Daughter.” Journey follows the creation of the San Francisco Opera’s celebrated production of ‘The Bonesetter’s Daughter,’ composed by Stewart Wallace with a libretto by bestselling novelist Amy Tan.
A Kickstarter-funded “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (a TV show originally made from a movie)—as well as previously successful TV shows-turned films like “Mission: Impossible,” “Sex and the City,” “Star Trek” and “21 Jump Street”—we turn our attention to other motion pictures based on television series.
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity on Demand presents Ruby Yang and Lambert Yam’s insightful documentary, “A Moment In Time,” a personal look at the history and legacy of movie-going in Chinatowns across the US.
Over the past two decades, thousands of Chinese children, mainly girls, have been adopted into American families, and from the roughly 80,000 Chinese adoptees in the US, there is a universe of stories and experiences, from Nashville to Berkeley.