This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents the award-winning new documentary, “The Space In Back Of You.”
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This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand proudly presents Chicago-based filmmaker Prashant Bhargava’s feature film debut, “Patang.”
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.
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
August is an exciting month for Asian American filmmaking; alongside a focus on Japanese American cinema, we also present the feature debuts of several talented new voices who are reshaping the American independent film landscape.
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 1993, a brutal murder shocked Chicago and the nation - two Korean-American siblings, Andrew and Catherine Suh, were convicted of killing Catherine’s boyfriend, Robert O’Dubaine. What followed was a media… More
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.
As part of Cinema Asian America’s June focus on Filipino American filmmakers, Xfinity On Demand is pleased to partner with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) to present Marissa Aroy’s short celebrated film “Little Manila: Filipinos in California’s Heartland” to viewers for free.