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FLC and NYAFF Announces Second Wave of Titles and Guests

THE NEW YORK ASIAN FILM FOUNDATION AND FILM AT LINCOLN CENTER UNVEIL THE UNCAGED COMPETITION LINEUP, MORE AWARD HONOREES, AND SPECIAL GUESTS FOR 23RD EDITION OF THE NEW YORK ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL Renowned international stars and acclaimed filmmakers expected to attend NYAFF’s Opening Night red carpet and present some of the festival’s most anticipated premieres        New…

New York Asian Film Festival Announces First Wave of 2024 Lineup

©Courtesy of Kino Films  THE NEW YORK ASIAN FILM FOUNDATION AND FILM AT LINCOLN CENTER  ANNOUNCE FIRST HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 23RD EDITION OF THE NEW YORK ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL This year’s festival features a record 90 world, international, and North American premieres, celebrated industry guests, and 20 feature debuts.        New York, NY (June 13, 2024) – The New…

NYAFF Review: A Hundred Flowers is an Emotionally Intimate Reminder of the Importance of Maintaining Familial Relationships

When people maintain animosity over their parent’s willingness to put their own needs ahead of fulfilling their parental obligations, their unwillingness to forgive and forget can lead to lasting regrets for both. The seemingly unforgettable bitterness that drives the strained mother-son relationship in the new Japanese drama, A Hundred Flowers, are put to the test…

NYAFF Review: Pop Singer Yûto Nakajima Breaks Into Mainstream Acting in Suspenseful J-Horror Thriller #Manhole

©2023 Gaga Corporation/J Storm Inc. People who effortlessly fall into a seemingly perfect life usually have the most challenging time saving themselves when they descend into a sinister situation that can potentially ruin their existences. That’s certainly the case for the sole character of the single-location survival suspense thriller, #Manhole. The movie offers an intimate…

NYAFF Review: Let’s All Say, “Hail to Hell”

For most, the world isn’t a fount of glory and goodness. There are good days and there are bad, but it’s fair to say most people struggle with the later. online pharmacy buy xifaxan online with best prices today in the USA It’s easy to get bogged down in the negative and let it control…

NYAFF Film Review – Kai Ko’s Directorial Debut ‘Bad Education’ is a Dark Tale of Life and Consequences

High schoolers don’t necessarily have a full sense of the whole world, and their decisions may reflect the lack of gravity they perceive their actions to have. A prank or practical joke may seem harmless enough, yet they can’t comprehend the real-world, lasting implications that can result from something fleeting and effortless. Bad Education takes…

New York Asian Film Festival Announces First Wave of 2023 lineup

On July 14, 2023, the New York Asian Film Foundation and Film at Lincoln Center will kick off the 22nd edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), with 60+ new and classic titles, a greatly expanded selection of short films, and an exciting slate of celebrated guests from Asia and the diaspora. The…

Exclusive Video Interview With Executive Director Samuel Jamier on The 20th New York Asian Film Festival

Check out more of our video interviews and reviews on our YouTube Channel. Samuel Jamier, Executive Director of the New York Asian Film Festival, is a polyglot and cosmopolitan cinephile. His European studies, between France and London, his Korean heritage and collaborations with Japanese institutions, have given him a a worldly perspective on the art…

New York Asian Film Festival Announces Opening Film, First Award Honoree

NYAFF Announces Opening Film, First Award Honoree Subway Cinema announced the 20th Anniversary edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) will kick off on July 15 with the international premiere of the propulsively-paced Thai romantic comedy Fast & Feel Love, directed by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit. The director will be joined at Lincoln Center on…

‘Last of the Wolves’ Review : New York Asian Film Festival / A Very Violent But Compelling Look at the Japanese Underground

Peace is not an easy thing to accomplish, and, the harder it is to broker, the more fragile it’s likely to be. The need for resolution often arises from conflicts that have existed for generations, where those involved may ascribe to sensibilities and beliefs passed down to them without any real reason other than tradition….