Slaying the Dragon

Although strides have been made to portray Asian American women more accurately, SLAYING THE DRAGON points to the fact that unlike other minorities, Asian…

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I Am

I Am chronicles the journey of an Indian lesbian filmmaker who returns to Delhi, eleven years later, to re-open what was once home, and…

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Inheritance (2012) is a personal documentary film that illuminates diasporic identity formation in the shadow of Iranian gender politics and the Islamic Revolution. Inside her…

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Yours Truly, Miss Chinatown

The poignant stories of three young women who vie for one of the world’s most coveted ethnic pageant titles, while struggling to reconcile the…

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My Name is Belle

MY NAME IS BELLE presents an autobiographical snapshot of the immigrant experience through the eyes of a 7-year-old child. Belle Yang, artist and writer,…

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Good for Her

In GOOD FOR HER, the director looks at the heavily controversial issues surrounding the cosmetic surgery boom in Seoul, Korea. She explores, through a…

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This unscripted mother-daughter conversation puts a ’90s twist on the popular motto, “It all begins at home.” X-GIRL is five-year-old Devon, who exhibits an…

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Why Is Preparing Fish a Political Act?

This video profiles Janice Mirikitani, the award-winning Sansei (third-generation Japanese American) poet, writer, activist, choreographer and the executive director of programs at the Glide…

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When the Storm Came

The women of Kunnan Pushpora trek through the jungle to collect firewood for fuel in the militarized valley nestled at the foothills of the…

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