Recent Film Series

Asian CineVision in association with Asia Society is pleased to host the 40th annual Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF).
"Broken Memory" (Dir. Tomoko Mikanagi)
Jun 1-2: Celebrate emerging Japanese and Japanese American filmmakers.
A unique and delightful program that offers a chance for us to re-understand the Filipino culture.

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Fatima Bhutto
The author's new book explores how K-pop, Bollywood, and Turkish Dizi have become significant cultural exports
AAIFF 2019
Screenings and events at Asia Society for the 42nd Annual Asian American Film Festival.
Ash is Purest White Jia Zhangke
Asia Society Southern California's special screening of "Ash is Purest White," followed by a Q&A with Jia Zhangke, one of China's most critically acclaimed directors.
 /  Southern California
A conversation that explores the profound change in landscape and what it portends for Asians in independent and studio films
Panel members and organizers
 /  Southern California
A special panel discussion with Asian directors, producers, and cinematographers of films shortlisted for an Oscar for the Best Documentary Feature.
Megumi Sasaki and Tom Nagorski in conversation Asia Society New York
Photos and videos from the screening and discussion
'Black Panther' and the Future of Hollywood Diversity
Film industry insiders discuss Hollywood’s slow embrace of diversity and what Asian American communities can do to get their stories made.
Photo Courtesy of Icarus Films
A retrospective of Tibetan filmmaker Pema Tseden, including his four major works and a discussion program with the director.
Loung Ung and Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie, Loung Ung, Rithy Panh, and Phloeun Prim discuss their work through the prism of the Cambodian genocide.
2017 U.S.-China Film Summit
'Spotlight' speakers include Charles H. Rivkin, in his new role as CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Miao Xiaotian, President of the China Film Co-Production Corporation.
Academy CEO Dawn Hudson attends the Academy’s 7th Annual Governors Awards. (Acad
Academy CEO Dawn Hudson and groundbreaking filmmaker Zhang Yang added as honorees.
In a rollicking 2013 discussion at Asia Society in New York, an animated Jackie Chan spent almost as much time out of his seat as in it. (C. Bay Milin)
In this episode, we hear the legendary action star talk candidly about his most famous scene — and other stunts he says he honestly thought might kill him. Some nearly did.
Filmmaker Ken Burns speaks at Asia Society in New York on September 26, 2017. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
Despite their documentary clocking in at 18 hours, Ken Burns and Lynn Novick have encountered some critics who say it wasn't thorough enough.
2017 U.S.-China Film Summit
Honorees include Bona Film Group Chairman Yu Dong and Director Feng Xiaogang.
Vera Sung, Jill Sung, Thomas Sung from Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (Sean Lyness)
The director discusses the experience of Abacus, a tiny New York bank indicted for its role in the financial crisis.
A still from Justin Chon's film Gook. (Birthday Soup Films LLC)
An interview with the actor, writer, and director whose film explores relations between Koreans and African Americans during the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
Asian CineVision in association with Asia Society is pleased to host the 40th annual Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF).
Michael Wood (Courtesy of PBS)
The filmmaker Michael Wood describes his new documentary series tackling the sweep of Chinese history.

Upcoming Events

  • Film
     /  New York
    21 Feb 2020
    7 - 8:30 p.m.
    Pema Tseden's Jinpa tells the story of a truck driver who chances upon a hitchhiker on a quest for revenge. Mixing naturalism with dreamy sepia-soaked flashbacks, Jinpa challenges our understanding of morality, spiritualism and reality.

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