First there were books, then movies, then television, then cable TV. Now, those seeking entertainment can livestream or watch videos on their computers.
The myriad of choices for entertainment is almost too vast for the ordinary person to choose.
By Susan Chang
Justin Lin, director of the upcoming Star Trek Beyond, and his colleagues at the Asian American pop culture YouTube channel You Offend Me You Offend My Family (YOMYOMF), are looking for new Asian American filmmakers, according to YOMYOMF’s website.
Applicants for Lin’s Interpretations Film Initiative must … Read more
by Lia Chang,
AsAmNews Arts & Entertainment Reporter
Fans of Wong Fu Productions flocked to the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria Saturday night to … Read more
By Shirley N Lew
AsAmnNews New York Correspondent
The Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) kicks off its 38th year tonight. A huge genre of films will be shown in Manhattan and … Read more
Wong Fu Production’s Everything Before Us will debut on demand on Vimeo, reports Deadline.
The first featured length film by popular You Tube stars Philip Wang and Wesley Chan made its world premiere this week at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.
Everything Before Us is described as a science fiction/romantic drama and … Read more
17 of the 32 feature documentary and narratives are from Asian American filmmakers. According to the LA Daily News, that’s a departure from the previous 30 years of the festival which gravitated toward international films from Asian … Read more
Lee is currently filming a sequel to the box office hit which grossed nearly $323 million worldwide. He talked with the Korea Times.
“Yeah, you definitely think about, … Read more
Lin who’s following on social media ranks with the best of them released a new video on Saturday.
I love it. What do you think?
It’s the latest in … Read more
Filming has just wrapped up on the fourth-best funded movie ever on the crowd-funding website Indiegogo, reports Time.
Behind the still unnamed movie is Wong Fu Productions, the team of Philip Wang, Wesley Chan and Ted Fu that had attracted 2 million You Tube subscribers in 11 years.
Up to now, they’ve … Read more