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  1. SDAFF @ SFIAAFF: An “Old Timer’s” Perspective

    Posted March 20th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF Artistic and Animation Programmer Sam Chen recaps his experience at the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival!   You know you’ve been around a bit too long when you’re asked to blog about the San Francisco Int’l Asian American Film Festival as an “Old Timer.”  Having been a SDAFF programmer since 2001, […]

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  2. A Night With Viette

    Posted March 13th, 2012 by in Director Q&A, SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    On Saturday night, I had the opportunity to watch a film that was brave, honest, and daring. This film defied my expectations, and immediately forced me to reexamine my ideas about what some Asian American women go through when living with an immigrant family. Mye Hoang’s VIETTE is an unfiltered and fully present experience into […]

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  3. Q&A with Director of Viette/former SDAFF Artistic Director Mye Hoang

    Posted March 8th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    Lee Ann Kim interviews former SDAFF Artistic Director, Mye Hoang, about the world premiere of her first feature film, VIETTE, at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.   LA:  First, I must say how weird it is doing a Q&A with you after working with you behind the scenes at SDAFF for so […]

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