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New York AAIFF 2021

More than forty years ago Asian CineVision set up the Asian American  International film festival in 1978, the first and longest running US festival focusing on Asian American film as an instrument of social change. Embracing the online and live events hybrid format, AAIFF’s 44th edition this year from August 11 – 25 showcased international films including 13 world premieres, special presentation of five features, nine narrative features, five documentaries and a short film pr...

2017 New York Asian Film Festival

The festival presents popular Asian cinema in North America and has been identified as “the best film festival in New York byThe Village Voice and as “one of the city’s most valuable events” by the New York Times. Because of its reputation the festival has been expanding its program and audience, approaching now more than 6000 people. NYAFF is growing even though two similar film festivals, Japan Cuts and the Asian American Internation...

New York: 2016 Asian American International Film Festival

Held from July 21 to July 30 at eleven venues in Manhattan and Queens this year’s edition of the AAIFF included 28 narrative  feature and documentary films and 40 short films from more than 15 countries as well as four panels. The festival offered for the first time a special adjunct program from August 5-6, the Chinese Art Film Festival-NYC Stop, curated by the Shanghai Art Film Federation with four award winning films premiering in New York City. As district from other film festiv...

New York: Asian American International Film Festival, 2015

Celebrating its 40h anniversary Asian CineVision presented from July 23 to August 1 the 38th edition of the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) with more than 50 features and shorts from different countries by and about Asian and Asian Americans. Broadly speaking the productions dealt with migration, cultural and social Asian American identities, labor and political issues, the experience of Asian groups in different countries, and the problems of education and gr...

New York: Asian American International Film Festival 2014

Presented by New York’s Asian Cinevision, The Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) had its 37th edition from July 24 – August 2. There are now 22 Asian film festivals in the United States programming films for the communities they serve. The strong link to community based partners is also one of the defining marks of AAIFF and the program lists one or more partners for each selected film. What is also striking is the festival events designed to involve the audien...


  OPENING FILM MY WAY In recent years, cross-border productions have been flourishing and Terracotta are thrilled to be opening the festival on Thursday 12th April 2012 with one of the most high-profile and ambitious examples to date, the Korean war epic MY WAY.   From Korean cinema's box office champion Kang Je-Kyu who also directed ‘Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War' and ‘Shiri', MY WAY tells the story of two marathon runners, one Korean and one Japanese, duri...

Massachusetts Independent Film Festival

The Massachusetts Independent Film Festival (MassIFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run by filmmakers, film writers, and film lovers. Our goal is to showcase films from around the world made by truly independent filmmakers. We want to show the best of contemporary independent filmmaking in all genres(drama, experimental, comedy, horror, slow cinema, sci fi, fantasy, animation, documentary, and more). We dedicate Q&A time and conduct video interviews for visiting filmmakers. We also help promote the selected films to find a new audience. We love the art of cinema and we welcome all to join us! Please visit our website for a glimpse into previous festivals.

Korean Film Festival in Australia

Are you ready to HOLD ON TIGHT???The KOFFIA Korean Film Festival is back for a 2nd year with an expanded line-up of 16 sessions over 6 days between August 24th-29th. From gangster mayhem and bloody revenge pics, to award-winning indie drama and comedy showcases, there is truly something for everyone’s taste.  KOFFIA will take you on a thrilling ride of Korean cinema, covering the latest and greatest in contemporary hits, as well as a selection of classics to choose from. If you like your films dramatic, your action unique, and your storylines bold, then KOFFIA is for you. Join us at Dendy Cinemas on the shores of Circular Quay as we put on a Korean cultural experience with industry forums, musical acts, cultural performances and so much more!  KOFFIA offers a first-hand chance for people to satisfy their hunger for drama, so don’t miss it! KOFFIA is organised by the Korean Cultural Office. See for session details


                The interest of Hollywood towards third world countries is this: culture teeming with untold stories and cheaper venues and labor.                 You’ve heard of films shot in Canada and less expensive states like Michigan, but with the US economy on a tailspin what does it mean for filmmakers here?                 Many Hollywood executives have looked overseas to keep the profits rolling in and the cash inside their o...

Facing East: Asian Films In Montreal

  LOST LOVE MURDER (Shoji Kubota, Japan) The Montreal World Film Festival, which is now in its final weekend, has always been a bridge for Asian films coming to North America. Films from this part of the world resonate with Montreal audiences and juries. In the past ten years, the number of Asian films winning the Festival’s top prize is more consistent than at any other major film event. This year, this trans-ocean love affair continues.       ...

Taipei Film Festival

Taipei Film Festival is an annual multi-cultural event containing film festival and other film culture-related activities. With approximately 200,000 attendants each year, TaipeiFF has become one of the most influential film festivals in the Chinese-speaking world.

Asian Films Make A Strong Impression In Berlin

Saturday, February 17-----As the Berlin Film Festival moves into its final weekend, a host of films from Asia have demonstrated the continued vitality and excitement of Asian cinema on the world scene. In the Berlinale Competition section, four Asian films are competing for the top prize, the Berlinale Golden Bear. Celebrated Korean director Park Chan-wook (whose film OLDBOY was a major international arthouse hit) returns to the horror genre with a sense of humor, with his tongue-in-cheek film ...