Back and in-person for the second time since the pandemic, the 2023 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival didn’t disappoint.
Montreal-based filmmaker Karen Cho is bringing the big fight to Chinatowns everywhere in her new documentary.
The first-time director reveals how her family influenced the short feature, how she deals with being the first Thai filmmaker at LAAPFF and more!
Tom Huang’s new feature perfectly showcases all the sweet and sour moments of life with immigrant parents.
Directed by Alexandra Cuerdo and starring Michelle Mao, Brandon Soo Hoo and Yên Sen, the short film premieres May 13 during the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.
This year’s fest kicked off on May 5 and runs until this Friday, featuring a diverse program of features, documentaries, short films and much more.
The LAAPFF kicked off on Sept. 23 this year with a hybrid in-person and virtual schedule.
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