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Daniel Eagan Jun 30
Dante Lam (with producer Candy Leung) honored tonight at before screening his blockbuster hit Operation Red Sea
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Cinema Strikes Back Jul 1
Dante Lam’s Operation Red Sea is an absolutely audience-pummeling movie. It’s not just gory, it’s Mel Gibson levels of gory.
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New York Asian Film Festival Jul 4
celebrate all-out action cinema at . Enjoy the day off with THE AGE OF BLOOD, THE BIG CALL, GATAO 2: RISE OF THE KING, PARADOX, and THE BRINK!
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New York Asian Film Festival Jul 3
When was the last time you saw a badass East Asian film in the theater? Check out as we bring some of the most exciting dramas, comedies, action, horror & thriller films to .
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MandarinVision 華文創 Jul 6
Screening reminder: MISSING JOHNNY, 2:20pm Saturday July 7 (UTC/GMT -4), Walter Reade Theater, New York Asian Film Festival.
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New York Asian Film Festival Jul 2
Set in the milieu of Manila’s ongoing war on drugs, NEOMANILA is a dark neo-noir thriller from the Philippines. Catch this exciting film at this Thursday at 7PM:
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TheGuyInNY - BruceL Jul 4
Waiting for the next movie in the great - New York Asian Film Festival. Still 12 more days of movies! at Lincoln Center & SVA — look who is walking the red carpet!
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Cinema Strikes Back Jul 5
Liverleaf is a nasty little manga-based Lady Snowblood in a high school bullying context. If you’re looking for a bracing punch in the face, it does the job.
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High On Films Jul 1
Operation Red Sea is an unapologetic tribute to the army and a showcase of their efforts. Review:
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Daniel Eagan Jul 9
Spoke with one of the world's best action directors, Dante Lam, after his award at about why he won't work in Hollywood:
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High On Films Jul 1
The Third Murder is an introspective, yet jaded exploration of the truth. Review:
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The Reel Bits Jul 14
Review: Jeon Go-Woon's MICROHABITAT (소공녀) is a tragicomedy of dreams unfulfilled, principals tested, and friendships not being what they appear.
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The Reel Bits Jul 15
Missing the already? Here's our coverage so you can relive the highlights, our favourite films, and some Asian cinema gems.
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Lisa Wisely Jul 7
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CulturalLeft Jul 1
Retweeted NYAFF (): We're kicking off with a bang, screening DYNAMITE GRAFFITI at 630PM and WE WILL NOT DIE TONIGHT at 10PM at ! Buy a PARTY PASS as part of your Dynamite...
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TheGuyInNY - BruceL 18 Dec 17
Wow, they just announced the 2018 dates for the amazing - New York Asian Film Festival....the best film fest in NY or beyond! Now, I just have to wait 6 months!
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Richard Gray Jul 15
Replying to @The_ReelBits
You can check out the entirety of my coverage on :
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Felicia 29 May 18
what’s going on this year? how come there’s no schedule out yet?
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Cinema Strikes Back Jul 4
Check out The Big Call, playing today as part of in . Gatao 2 is a pretty damn fun old school gangster flick too.
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The Reel Bits Jul 14
Review: ONE CUT OF THE DEAD (カメラを止めるな!) starts as a low-budget horror film...and then goes somewhere else. We checked it out
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