LOS ANGELES, CA—Asian Film Foundation and USC Cinema & Television (Critical Studies), in association with Miramax Films, Maggi Taste of Asia, and Tai Seng Entertainment are proud to present Loving Leslie: A Tribute to Leslie Cheung, featuring the films of one of Hong Kong’s most beloved icons. This event will also feature Leslie Memorabilia for
On April 1, 2003, the world lost one of its great movie stars; but virtually the entire Asian diaspora knows that we also lost one of our most exquisite pop singers, most seductive sex symbols, most potent gay icons and most beloved celebrities, for Leslie
Four incredible films, two evenings, one exquisite museum and a rare look at today’s uncensored Chinese filmmakers. A mixture of urban romance, black chickens, magic poetry and life in the big city of Shanghai, these four films tackle a wide spectrum of
Intrigued? Afflicted? Repulsed? Join us at Midnight@Sunset just to be sure! LAEMMLE’S SUNSET 5 8000 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood 3 hrs free parking with validation Click here to get your official m@s t-shirt! Last summer we brought you Sharkskin Man
Director Takeshi Kitano (Sonatine, Brother) takes on Japanese cinematic legend, Zatoichi. Kitano stars as the blind wanderer with a distinctive red cane and a shock of platinum blonde hair.
LOS ANGELES, CA —Free advance screenings presented by Asian Film Foundation (AFF) and FILM RADAR begin with Takeshi Kitano’s THE BLIND SWORDSMAN: ZATOICHI on May 26. Director Takeshi Kitano (Sonatine, Brother) takes on Japanese cinematic legend, Zatoichi.
The Japanese American Cultural & Community Center and Asian Film Foundation with support from The Japan Foundation Proudly Present EROTIC-GROTESQUE-NONSENSE: SEIJUN SUKUZI’S TAISHO TRILOGY – U.S. PREMIERES Maverick director Seijun Suzuki is
SammoHung.com and Asian Film Foundation are proud to present a special screening of the 1989 Sammo Hung classic PEDICAB DRIVER at the Egyptian Theatre on July 29, 2002. Reception sponsored by Nescafé 1+2. Best known in America as the star of the hit CBS TV