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Film

Want to see more Asian American faces in the mainstream media? Here are three great Asian American film projects that could use your support.

Victoria Yue | Mon, Aug 8th- 12:35pm | Diary of the Dragon, the Two Percent Project, Uploaded: The Asian American Movement, youtube, Activism, Community, Culture, Film, Media, Music, Performing Arts

Hyphen's film editor Ian Wang reviews a very...

Ian Wang | Fri, Aug 5th- 12:24am | DVD, Harvey Keitel, Hyung-rae Shim, Mafia films, Film, Reviews

Hyphen reviews Min Sook Lee's documentary My Toxic Baby, one mother's educational journey through green parenting.

Momo Chang | Mon, Aug 8th- 10:55pm | parenthood, Activism, Film, Health & Environment, Parenthood, Social Issues

How can fans coax creators into diversifying the faces of their stories? Racebending.com, the site that created a stir in 2010 with The Last Airbender casting protests, hopes to inspire fans to...

Ken Choy | Sun, Jul 24th- 12:10pm | Events, Film, Media

Having fun at Comic Con seems to be a given. But without a strategy, bliss may be hard to achieve. Here's our guide to making the most of your Comic Con experience.

Ken Choy | Wed, Jul 20th- 6:34pm | Comic-Con, KOMACON, Morinaga’s Hi-Chews, Pee Wee herman, racebending.com, Voltron, widelantern, Comics, Culture, Events, Film

A petition to boycott a free public screening of Breakfast at Tiffany's in Brooklyn got Hyphen staffers thinking about their least favorite Asian/American cinematic portrayals.

Sylvie Kim | Mon, Aug 8th- 10:57pm | boycott, breakfast at tiffany's, film, racism, syfy channel, Film, News & Politics, Race

Young Rwandan film comes to Tribeca -- via independent filmmaker Isaac Chung. But there may be strings attached.

Tammy Kim | Wed, Jun 29th- 3:36pm | amanda plummer, Blogger Column, isaac chung, rwanda, sam anderson, tribeca film festival, Film, Film Festivals, Politics, Social Issues

In honor of the 29th anniversary, Curtis Chin and the team behind documentary film Vincent Who? have partnered up with Asian Pacific Americans for Progress to offer free viewings of the...

Sylvie Kim | Thu, Jun 23rd- 4:46pm | anniversary, apa for progress, curtis chin, Vincent Chin, Vincent Who?, Activism, Film

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