This month Cinema Asian American presents the feature film debut of Los Angeles-based director Nadine Truong, “Someone I Used To Know.”
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This December, as part of a month-long focus on Pacific Islander stories, Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand presents Lisette Marie Flanary’s heart-warming documentary “One Voice.”
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.
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.
As the new year begins, and another round of political gamesmanship in Washington DC kicks off, Cinema Asian American on Xfininty On Demand is proud to present S. Leo Chiang’s new, award-winning documentary, “Mr. Cao Goes to Washington.”
This October, Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand offers a sneak peak at the heavily-buzzed about new webisode series, Nice Girls Crew. Currently screening on the film festival circuit, all five episodes of its first season will be available on-demand this month, ahead of the series’ online debut.
This month Cinema Asian American on XFINITY ON DEMAND presents Geeta Malik’s acclaimed debut coming of age drama, “Troublemaker.” Rekha is a twenty-something Los Angelino with a bad temper and a worse case of writer’s block. Stuck in a dead-end waitressing job, and losing friends left and right, her life is on course for no good, with no end in sight, when unexpected news and an impulsive act turn everything upside down.
This month Cinema Asian American on XFINITY ON DEMAND features the award-winning first feature film from New York-based filmmaker/activist Gerry Balasta, “The Mountain Thief.”
This month Cinema Asian American on XFINITY ON DEMAND features the powerful, award-winning documentary “Project Kashmir.”
In 1977, a number of disappearances were recorded along the Japanese coast, including that of a 13-year-old girl, Megumi Yokota. The families of those who vanished had no idea what had happened to their loved ones, nor that their disappearances were connected, until nearly two decades later, when Kim Jong Il shocked the world by admitting that North Korea had abducted Japanese citizens, and forced them to live in North Korea, to learn Japanese language and culture from them.