I think turntables will be the new violins for Asian families.
This is too cute. DJ Sara (8) and DJ Ryusei (5)
Hawaii International Film Festival
7:30PM, Wed. Oct. 24, 2007
2:30PM, Thur. Oct. 25, 2007
Regal Dole Cannery
735 B Iwilei Rd.
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone number: 808-528-3653
And if you live on the other side of the country, you can check the film out at The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.
UPDATE: The interviews have been uploaded on the Real Talk site for your convenience. Check them out here:
Safe And Refreshing!
In Japan, experimental fashion designer Aya Tsukioka has developed clothes to help make it safer for women to walk alone at night… as long as the muggers aren’t thirsty.
Check out a new project from Eric Byler and Annabel Park. An interactive documentary dealing with immigration.
Statement from Eric Byler and Annabel Park:
Virginia’s state election on November 6, 2007 has been positioned as a “referendum on immigration,” and may well be a sneak preview of a key political strategy for winning the White House in 2008.
As an introduction, please view this clip which includes disturbing footage of a racist tirade directed at Hispanic children in Manassas, Virginia:
Help us create a constructive forum on immigration by posting comments on our virtual town hall. And please forward these links to friends who may share our concern for the state of our democracy.
Jetlagged, hungover, soju-saturated… yes, Korea was fun. Now it’s up to you folks in San Diego to show the Koreans that we Americans originated partying. For those of you in the SoCal area, come check out the West Coast premiere of my film West 32nd as the Closing Night Film of the San Diego Asian Film Festival. I’ll be there (as well as some cast and crew), I hope you are too!
7pm, Thursday, October 18, 2007
UltraStar Mission Valley Theater 7 – Harrah’s
7510 Hazard Center Drive, located off Friars Road at 163
San Diego, CA 92108
ONLINE SALES ARE SOLD OUT, BUT THERE WILL BE RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE.