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.
Government corruption and media sensationalism help send innocent men to
prison for the rape and murder of two sisters in the Philippine city of
Asian Americans do age gracefully. The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival ushers in its 30th year, kicking off on March 8 with the presentation of Quentin Lee's White Frog.
The Sundance Film Festival is once again upon us, having officially kicked off Thursday, January 19 in Park City, UT. Hyphen interviews the Asian American filmmakers...
Independent filmmaker James Z. Feng's MMA documentary Fight Life premieres on Friday, January 20.
For fans of movies like Robert Rodriguez's Sin City or Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, The Girl from the Naked Eye is a slick new thriller worth watching.
Hyphen reflects on Asian Americans in mainstream and indie narratives in 2011.
Hyphen was at the inaugural Talent Campus at this year's Tokyo FILMeX film festival to observe how young Asian filmmakers seek funding for their projects. What Asian American filmmakers can learn from them?
We're talkin' 'bout a revolution! Our latest issue features key revolutionaries Grace Lee Boggs and Yuri Kochiyama, along with grassroots movements happening today.
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