The director and cast of Saving Face reunited at SFIAAFF 30 to reflect on the film's significance in their lives and careers.
How a figurative frog in the throat became the movie that everybody is talking about -- with a little help from the community.
Marlon Rivera sends up the Filipino indie film scene in The Woman in the Septic Tank.
A group of friends living in Los Angeles try to pull off a rock 'n' roll lifestyle while negotiating the complexities of relationships, ego, and day jobs.
SFIAAFF 30 coverage continues with reviews of I Am a Ghost, a paranormal thriller from H.P. Mendoza, and Touch, a drama about interpersonal connection from Minh Duc Nguyen.
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.
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.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
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