Ken Adachi’s debut feature Dead Dad presents a story about grief, family, and distance, soaked in a hipster aesthetic and set in a warm lo-fi Los Angeles cityscape.
Hyphen recaps the inaugural Asian Pacific American Vagina Monologues (APAVM) and scores a post-show interview with executive producer and actor Julia Rhee.
What’s in a name? Taking a closer look at how US census boxes have dealt with change -- and inspired controversy.
Level Up confronts the tension between staying true to yourself on the one hand, and being committed to familial duty on the other.
Over pork dumplings, the Emmy-winning filmmaker discusses the Big Apple and Filipino psyches, and gives advice to young filmmakers.
Hyphen is teaming up with the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, to present a series of blog stories on the 2010 Census.
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