The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema have announced the lineup for North America's leading showcase of popular Asian cinema, which takes place June 26 – July 11.
North America’s leading festival of popular Asian Cinema returns June 26 – July 11 and will honor director Ringo Lam, superstar Aaron Kwok, and actor Shota Sometani, alongside spotlights on Korean female directors and a joint tribute to Japanese legends Ken Takakura and Bunta Sugawara.
The One-Armed Swordsman is coming to Lincoln Center! An Evening with Jimmy Wong Yu features a conversation with the legendary Taiwanese actor and filmmaker and a screening of his 1977 grindhouse classic Master of the Flying Guillotine in 35mm.
The 13th New York Asian Film Festival will open with Overheard 3 and close with Park Chan-kyong's documentary Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits. NYAFF takes place June 27 - July 14.
New York African Film Festival director Biyi Bandele adapted Orange Prize-winner Half of a Yellow Sun into a big-screen epic. The filmmaker talks about a little-known bit of Nigerian history, working with award-winning actors, and the scepter of censorship.
Umin Boya's NYAFF Centerpiece Kano is a sports tale about an underdog mixed-race high-school baseball team that beat the odds. The film is one of a number unveiled today for the 13th edition of the festival, which runs June 27 – July 10.
The New York African Film Festival is on tap for May with eleven features and eight shorts originating from a number of African countries and the African diaspora set to screen at the 21st edition of the event at the Film Society.
Hip Hop pioneer Fab 5 Freddy and Hong Kong artist MC Yan discuss their traveling exhibit "Kung Fu Wildstyle," the confluence of Hip Hop culture and Kung Fu movies, and the future of music videos.