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The 2K Restored Version of Flow Is Arguably Quentin Lee’s First Feature

A prolific filmmaker and creator who started UCLA Film School in 1993, Quentin Lee has set off to make stories about his community, queer Asians,…

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Olga Zhurzhenko on Producing in Ukraine Now

On Feb 11, 2022, I did an interview with Olga about her current situation and producing in Ukraine now.

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Filmmaker Leslie Streit on Her American Ballet Story

San Francisco based filmmaker Leslie Streit has been filming her third documentary feature “An American Ballet Story” since 2015. In 2022, seven years later, she is still hard at work to finish editing the feature.

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“A Sunburnt Summer” Spotlights the Debut of a New Queer Chinese Filmmaker

Asian American Movies (AAM.tv) releases “A Sunburnt Summer,” the debut film of writer/director Zicheng Li worldwide today. CHOPSO takes the opportunity to interview the young…

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Posted in Culture Hong Kong

Hong Kong, a Tragedy: From Pearl of the Orient to a City that Dare Not Speak Its Name

Hong Kong descends from Pearl of the Orient to a city that dare not speak its name as filmmaker Quentin Lee watches with sadness.

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Ten Most Original Slasher Flicks

Ten Most Original Slasher Flicks

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My Favorite Classics of Lucio Fulci

In the blink of an eye, Lucio Fulci’s The Beyond turns 40 this year in 2021. I was introduced to Lucio Fulci back in the…

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How John Hughes Ruined Milton Liu’s Life

AAM.tv releases “Two by Milton Liu,” a limited series featuring Milton Liu’s web series How John Hughes Ruined My Life starring Samantha Futterman and his…

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Achieving Equity for Asian Canadians in Media on Sep 1, 2021 at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT

Quentin Lee is a filmmaker who had his first feature, “Shopping for Fangs,” premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of Perspective Canada…

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Akira Boch’s The Crumbles and His Upcoming Atomic Cafe

Today, AAM.tv is releasing Akira Boch’s The Crumbles, a dramatic feature about two mixed race twenty-something female punk rockers forming their band “The Crumbles.” Director…

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