Posted August 24th, 2014 by Kevin Bang in outdoor movie series
Here are photos from last night’s screening (and Seattle premiere) of AWESOME ASIAN BAD GUYS. Yuji Okumoto (actor) and Stephen Dypiangco (director), along with 200 people attended the screening.
Posted August 22nd, 2014 by Emily Chan in film submissions
Interested in submitting a film for the 2015 Seattle Asian American Film Festival? Great! Here are a few quick facts about the submission process. Submission Deadline: Friday, October 31st, 2014 Submission Guidelines: Film submissions must feature works by, or about, Asian American people, issues, and themes. Feature-length and short format films completed in 2013 or later will […]
Posted August 17th, 2014 by Kevin Bang in outdoor movie series
We had another great turnout at Hing Hay for a a lively summer night screening of THE HAUMĀNA, which featured pre-show entertainment by Christian Kang, S.T.R.U.M. (Seattle Totally Relaxed Ukulele Musicians), and Kalei & Ku’ulei Entertainment Hula Performance. And here are photos from the event.
Posted August 10th, 2014 by Kevin Bang in outdoor movie series
More than 100 people gathered at Hing Hay for a cozy summer night screening of LINSANITY: THE MOVIE, which featured pre-show entertainment by a talented group of singers, beatboxers, and b-boys. Watch this highlight video of our performers: Lijie, CDQ, and Vicious Puppies Crew. And here are photos from the event.
Posted August 4th, 2014 by Kevin Bang in outdoor movie series
Growing up, one of my favorite awesome asian bad guy was the legendary 1980s villain Al Leong, who has a long list of credits playing a lot of bad guys (and onscreen deaths) in movies like Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, and Big Trouble in Little China. Check out this fan-made two-minute video montage of […]
Posted August 3rd, 2014 by Kevin Bang in outdoor movie series
Hing Hay Park, 慶喜公園 (Qìngxǐ Gōngyuán) or “Park for Pleasurable Gatherings,” located in Seattle’s Chinatown / International District (corner of S. King Street and Maynard Avenue S.), is the site of our Outdoor Summer Movie Series. Hing Hay is known for its authentic pagoda in the center, along with benches and chess […]
Posted August 1st, 2014 by Kevin Bang in outdoor movie series
FREE Outdoor Summer Film Series starts August 9th with Linsanity: the Movie at Hing Hay Park in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District! Bring your friends, kids, dogs, snacks. Seattle Parks and Recreation will supply the chairs. Movies start at dusk.