Whatever It Takes

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WHATEVER IT TAKES chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the very first year of the Bronx Center for Science & Mathematics, an innovative public…

A Moment in Time

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Through a warm, intimate pastiche of multi-generational interviews and rare film clips (from both old Cantonese movies and early Chinese American works), Oscar-winning director…

Daughters of the Cloth

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DAUGHTERS OF THE CLOTH is a stirring portrait of a Korean immigrant family, working in the downtown Los Angeles garment industry. Mr. and Mrs….

A Dream in Doubt

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Four days after the 9/11 attacks, Balbir Singh Sodhi was gunned down at his Phoenix area gas station by a man named Frank Roque….

Yellow

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Sin Lee is a Korean American teenager who gets robbed while working alone at his dad’s grocery store. Already feeling pressure to prove the…

Tenderloin Stories

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This compilation features impressively lucid and sharp works by 15- and 16-year-old immigrant auteurs and actors. Christina Duculan’s JUST DEAL WITH IT is an…

Silencio

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This short film takes place in San Francisco, 1951, focusing on the experience of a young Filipino American trying to adjust to his predominantly…

Punjabi Cab

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Since 9/11, Sikhs in America have endured harassment and violence after being mistaken for “terrorists.” Several Sikh taxi drivers in the San Francisco/Bay Area…

Body, Soul & Voice

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OPEN LETTER: GRASP THE BIRD’S TAIL Director: Brenda Joy Lem 1992, 15 mins, Experimental A young Asian woman grapples with misogyny and anti-Asian hostility…