This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand proudly presents Chicago-based filmmaker Prashant Bhargava’s feature film debut, “Patang.”
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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.
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.
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.
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
“Sharknado” screenwriter Thunder Levin talks about the SyFy original movie’s unexpected success, where the plot came from and his ideas for the sequel.
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.
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents the much-anticipated new film from Los Angeles filmmaker Quentin Lee (“The People I’ve Slept With”, “Shopping for Fangs”).
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Sonny Izon’s ground-breaking documentary, “An Untold Triumph: The Story of the 1st & 2nd Filipino Infantry Regiments, US Army.”
When acclaimed director Dave Boyle and musician Goh Nakamura teamed up in early 2010 to begin working on a film with Nakamura as its leading man playing a fictional character named “Goh Nakamura”, neither knew that both 2011’s “Surrogate Valentine” and its 2012 sequel “Daylight Savings” would take SXSW by storm.