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.”
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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 America on Xfinity On Demand presents Kevin Hamedani’s raucous, bro-friendship comedy about filmmaking and the film industry, “Junk.”
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.
From socially-charged documentaries to quirky coming-of-age narratives, CAAMFest is thrilled to announce the award winners of this year’s festival.
This month Cinema Asian America offers the long-unavailable, pioneering first feature film co-directed by Lee and Justin Lin (“Fast and Furious,” “Better Luck Tomorrow“), “Shopping For Fangs”. Originally released in… More
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents New York-based filmmaker JP Chan’s festival-favorite trio of films, the “Three Uses of a Knife Trilogy.”
This month Cinema Asian America presents the directorial debut of San Jose, CA-based filmmaker Byron Q, “Bang Bang.” Critically acclaimed at film festivals throughout the country.
As we ready ourselves for the Academy Awards on March 3, Cinema Asian America offers a chance to look back at the ground-breaking film “Visas and Virtue,” which won an Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film in 1998.
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Zach Heinzerling’s feature debut documentary, “Cutie and the Boxer.”