September 1, 2014



The 2012 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival is Upon Us (November 7 – 17)

Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival

This Fall, the 5th Annual Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival (PAAFF) presented by HBO proudly celebrates its fifth anniversary in bringing quality Asian American cinema to the greater Philadelphia Area. PAAFF’12 will kick-off with a free Launch Night event on Friday, October 26st, at 7pm at the Prince Music Theater Black Box (1412 Chestnut Street). The Festival will proceed on November 7 – 17th at two venues: the Ibrahim Theater at the International House (3701 Chestnut Street) and the Asian Arts Initiative (1219 Vine Street).

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Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival – November 2-8, 2011 (By Moses Yoon)

(By Moses Yoon) The Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival 2011 will take place from November 2 to 8, 2011. Please come out and support this annual film festival!

Konnect Magazine is a  proud media sponsor of one of the films – Wedding Palace. This film is a hilarious romantic comedy about a wedding that has been dubbed the Korean “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.” Audiences, especially Koreans, love this film. Director Christine Yoo will be flying in from Los Angeles to attend the screening and to do a Q and A session. Purchase tickets to the Wedding Palace soon! 

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Korean American Film Festival New York Call for Entries 2012 (By KAFFNY)

(By Korean American Film Festival New York) The 6th Annual KAFFNY will take place March 2012. KAFFNY is an international independent film festival in NYC, starting and evolving from Korean American perspectives. Films do not necessarily need to be made by and/or starring Korean Americans. Please refer to our past programs as guidelines for eligibility.

CALL FOR ENTRIES
We are now accepting entries for KAFFNY 2012. The deadline is September 30th, 2011. Early entries will get better attention. There is no entry fee.

Feature Program:
Narrative or Documentary films, completed January 1st, 2010 or later. Films longer than 60 minutes.

Shorts Program:
All genres, completed any date. For award eligibility, completed January 1st, 2010 or later. Films shorter than 30 minutes preferred.
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