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Asian CineVision in association with Asia Society is pleased to host the 40th annual Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF).
Jun 1-2: Celebrate emerging Japanese and Japanese American filmmakers.
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ASIC announces the first six Fellows.
This year's lineup highlights dreamlike landscapes in Iran, Thai tourists on a romantic Seoul vacation, a quirky Japanese family, and rural life in Punjab.
M.F. Husain's passing at 96 years of age signals the end of an era.
Acclaimed Thai filmmaker opens up after a screening of his Palme d’Or winner 'Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives' (2010).
Director explains her attempt to reach mainstream Thai audiences with a work of experimental cinema.
Fearless filmmakers make a fearless cinema, according to versatile director/producer.
Iranian director's harrowing 2000 film 'The Circle' acts as a metaphor for repression.
Jafar Panahi's film finds a striking metaphor for the predicament of the country's women.
Asia Society salutes the directors Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof at the start of a four-film series.
Iran's Jafar Panahi is honored with a retrospective at Asia Society New York.
Amid the Obama fever in Asia, an India filmmaker releases film based on the global recession.
A group of independent filmmakers in Malaysia has undertaken a project to produce a completely crowd-sourced movie they have entitled Your Grandfather's Road.
Meet Rajnikanth, the toughest man in Tamil Nadu.
Scholar Daisuke Miyao discussed the genius of the filmmaker as part of a retrospective at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
“It's become my way of life," admits the former dancer, and star of <em>Platform</em> and <em>The World</em>.
Portraying reality is the most urgent priority for new Chinese filmmakers, says director.
The Taiwanese auteur describes how his movies gradually come together.
The acclaimed director on why the people in his movies try, but repeatedly fail, to connect.

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