LA Asian Pacific Film Festival 2009: Red carpet video
So Yong Kim talks about her strategies for directing young children and the memories of her grandparents' farm in rural Korea that inspired her intimate second feature, Treeless Mountain.
Out in Los Angeles to promote Camera Obtrusa, a companion book to his 1987 film The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On, director Hara Kazuo looks back at the film that made him a legend in documentary circles.
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Director Chris Martinez talks to APA about his theatrical background, actress Mylene Dizon, and making movies in the Philippines.
Kolorete has politics, music, and the living dead. In other words, it's just another zombie flick. Director Ruelo Lozendo explains.
Eric Tandoc's short film Sounds of the New Hope draws connections between music and politics, the Philippines and Filipino America. APA talks to the director about striking the right balance to strike the most provocative chord.
This year's music video collection was a hit and miss affair, with Ray Huang and Jon Maxwell's "One Night in L.A." the only real discovery.
Do you smell that? Short films spread olfactory cheer and hope for future successes. Our critic takes a whiff at Ali Reza Talebzade's The Painting and Lim Hyung-Sup's Grandma and Wrestling.
While Follow Your Heart: China's New Youth Movement showcased premier artists and provided useful statistics, the documentary barely scratched the surface when it comes to what makes Hip Hop in China an interesting movement to study.
BoA has numerous fans around the world, opportunities to work with top American producers, and a top-notch global promotional team. What does it mean that her first English-language album was only a moderate commercial success in the States?
Lodestone's tenth and final season begins with Ten to Life, a collection of four one-act plays that keep you shocked, fearful, and always guessing.
On the occasion of So Yong Kim's latest film Treeless Mountain, APA looks back on some of the best Asian films about children and the worlds they inhabit.
Harold and Kumar promise Christmas cheer, the Jih siblings win The Amazing Race, and a new young voice actor brings energy to Pixar's Up. All this and more in the latest edition of News Bites.
Tran Anh Hung casts her adaptation of Norwegian Wood, Lee Byung-hun thrills us with Iris, and Hrithik Roshan is on the fly with Kites. All this and more in the latest edition of News from Abroad.