Montreal-based filmmaker Karen Cho is bringing the big fight to Chinatowns everywhere in her new documentary.
After premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and making waves on the rest of the festival circuit, the film is appearing in a select few theaters across the country.
Documentarian Stephanie Wang-Breal, whose previous works include “Tough Love” and “Wo Ai Ni Mommy,” takes a sensitive approach in chronicling the legal proceedings of women who are arrested on […]
Last year, So Yun Um’s “Liquor Store Babies” traveled the festival circuit up and down the West coast. Now the Korean American filmmaker is looking to turn the short […]
“Why are you defending him? He’s not your real dad.” During a heated argument with her mother who blurted out this truth in a moment of frustration, a 14-year-old […]
Denver-based filmmaker Glenn Morey is using his recent documentary project “Side by Side” to candidly explore the range of emotions and experiences that derive from being adopted from South […]
The Chinese Exclusion Act, enacted in 1882, was the first and only piece of American legislation to ban an entire group of people from immigrating to the United States […]
In an effort to encourage more young Asian Americans and their families to open up about mental health and depression, filmmaker Eric Lu partnered with the Clay Center for […]
In the summer of 2015, indie folk band Thao & The Get Down Stay Down took a trip to Vietnam during one of their tour dates to commemorate the […]
PBS director Pamela Tom is shedding some light on a little known Disney narrative in her upcoming documentary, “American Masters: Tyrus,” which will center on the life and work […]
Awkwafina, Rekstizzy, Lyricks and Dumbfoundead are the subjects of “Bad Rap,” a documentary by Salima Koroma that is now available on Netflix. The documentary takes a look at the […]
“It’s going to be a big challenge to recognize that the world is shrinking,” the newly released trailer for “Human Flow,” the documentary film by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei […]
After nearly seven years, over 40 videos, three years of running a fellowship program for young filmmakers, and a feature-length documentary, Jubilee Project founder Jason Y. Lee is beginning […]