S.F. International Asian-American Film Festival 2012
The acclaimed San Francisco Asian-American Film Festival returned March 16-18 to downtown San Jose, but at a new location, screening at Camera 3 Entertainment for the first time after many years at Camera 12. The premiere showcase for Asian American and Asian Films in North America, the festival presented more than 100 films and videos in March at venues in San Francisco and Berkeley, as well as San Jose. The festival schedule at Camera 3 was as follows:
- FRIDAY, MARCH 16th
- 7:00pm -- Knots, dir. Michael Kang (USA), 77 mins.
- SATURDAY, MARCH 17th
- 12:15pm -- Papa Mau: The Way Finder, dir. Na’alehu Anthony (USA), 57 mins.
12:30pm -- Ninja Kids, dir. Takashi Miike (Japan), 100 mins.
2:00pm -- My Wedding and Other Secrets, dir. Roseanne Liang (New Zealand), 88 mins
2:30pm -- Where We Live, short films, 91 mins.
4:00pm -- Night Market Hero, dir. Mike Takashi and Yeh Tien-lun (China), 126 mins.
5:00pm -- Surrogate Valentine 2, dir. Dave Boyle (USA), 73 mins.
6:00pm -- Give Up Tomorrow, dir. Michael Collins (USA), 95 mins.
6:30pm -- Touch, dir. Minh Duc Nguyen (USA), 109 mins.
8:00pm -- In The Family, dir. Patrick Wang (USA), 169 mins.
8:00pm -- Nice Girls Crew, dir. Tanuj Chopra (USA), 60 mins.
9:00pm -- White Elephant, short films, 97 mins.
10:00pm -- Love Crimes of Kabul, dir. Tanaz Eshaghian (USA), 71 mins.
- SUNDAY, MARCH 18
- 12:15pm -- Tsunami and The Cherry Blossom, dir. Lucy Walker (Japan), 40 mins.
2:00pm -- Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful, dir. Yuriko Gamo Romer (USA), 66 mins.
3:00pm -- Give Up Tomorrow, dir. Michael Collins (USA), 95 mins.
4:45pm -- Abu, Son of Adam, dir. Salim Ahmed (India), 101 mins.
5:20pm -- Viette, dir. Mye Hoang (USA), 113 mins.
7:10pm -- Mr. Cao Goes to Washington, dir. S. Leo Chiang (USA), 72 mins.
Go to S.F. ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL for more information