Hyphen interviews actor Justin Lee about Arrested Development, his new web series, and his dream roles.
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Filmmaker Meera Menon talks about her new film Farah Goes Bang, and its frank depiction of one woman's emerging sexuality.
Screenwriter Koji Sakai talks about his provocatively titled film, Chink, about an Asian American serial killer.
Hollywood's next likely blockbuster, The Hunger Games is different from past remakes or adaptations of Asian stories in that its creator denies...
The director and cast of Saving Face reunited at SFIAAFF 30 to reflect on the film's significance in their lives and careers.
Marlon Rivera sends up the Filipino indie film scene in The Woman in the Septic Tank.
An Asian American basketball phenom playing point guard for Harvard breaks racial boundaries and scoring records. Sound familiar?
In Mr. Cao Goes to Washington, S. Leo Chiang follows the first Vietnamese American congressman Anh "Joseph" Cao.
From California's Central Valley to America's heartland, Hmong American b-boys find a symbolic home in hip hop.
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