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  1. 95 And 6 To Go

    Kimi Takesue / Docs / USA / 2016 / Documentary / 85 mins
    95 AND 6 TO GO is filmmaker Kimi Takesue’s moving tribute to her grandfather, Tom, a recently widowed 90-something living in Hawaii. Takesue captures the intimate and mundane moments of Tom’s life, who reciprocates with advice and bits of wisdom that unravel his own story of love and loss.
    95 And 6 To Go

    New People Cinema
    March 19, 2017 3:00 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  2. Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

    Steve James / Special Presentations / USA / 2016 / 88 mins
    Acclaimed filmmaker Steve James (HOOP DREAMS) explores the evocative story of the Sung family-owned Abacus Federal Savings Bank, the only U.S. bank to face criminal charges in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. James documents the family’s trial by judge and their own Chinatown community.

    Preceded by: The Ride

    Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

    Great Star Theater
    March 12, 2017 6:00 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  3. According To My Mother

    Cathy Yan / Shorts / USA / 2016 / Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama / 18 mins
    Daniel, a gay Korean-American actor living with his boyfriend in New York is the antithesis of his mother, Esther—a devout Christian woman who openly disapproves of her son’s “dirty” lifestyle. When the sudden news of his aunt’s death reaches him, Daniel is forced to return home to California and help his mother make final arrangements.
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    Roxie Theater
    March 10, 2017 9:40 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  4. AKA Seoul

    Jon Maxwell / Docs / South Korea, USA / 2016 / Documentary / 70 mins
    Five Korean adoptees, raised all around the world, arrive in Seoul, where their complex identities— professional, sexual, cultural — emerge out of their experiences in the city. AKA SEOUL rewrites the adoption narrative beyond tearful reunions and toward bold new stories of self-determination and self-expression.
    AKA Seoul

    Alamo Drafthouse
    March 10, 2017 6:30 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

    AKA Seoul

    New Parkway Theater
    March 18, 2017 8:20 pm At Rush

  5. And So We Put Goldfish in the Pool

    Makoto Nagahisa / Shorts / Japan / 2016 / Short / 28 mins
    In the mundane city of Sayama, four teenage girls go about their days by passing the time in karaoke bars and flirting with guys. Following a visit from their future selves, leading ordinary lives, they decide to get creative with leftover goldfish from a local festival, and a swimming pool.
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    Roxie Theater
    March 11, 2017 5:10 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  6. Apprentice

    Boo Junfeng / Cinema Asia / France, Germany, Hong Kong, Qatar, Singapore / 2016 / Narrative / 97 mins
    New prison guard Aiman’s personal and professional life collide when he starts an apprenticeship with the chief executioner. The future of this budding partnership is put to the test when Aiman’s moral compass and painful history unravel, revealing hidden ties between the two.

    Alamo Drafthouse
    March 16, 2017 8:50 pm At Rush

  7. Asians In America: In Three Parts

    Leah Nichols / Shorts / USA / 3 mins
    A history of Asian-Americans by labels.

    Precedes: The Fall of the I-Hotel

    The Fall of the I-Hotel

    Gray Area
    March 12, 2017 7:20 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  8. At Night, The Ocean…

    Chang Gao / Shorts / USA / Narrative Fiction, Short / 19 mins
    Sun Yang is stressed out over finding a job before his visa expires. Arguments between him and his girlfriend arise, and so for the sake of taking a break from it all for one night, he takes off with a friend to a party.
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    Roxie Theater
    March 10, 2017 9:40 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  9. Bachelor Girls

    Shikha Makan / Cinema Asia / India / 2016 / 60 mins
    Single, independent women in the cosmopolitan city of Mumbai are met with the cold shoulder when they try to find decent housing. Because of their “unmarried” status, these bachelor girls are portrayed as spinster women who are a nuisance to their building and neighbors. This insightful documentary explores the values of Indian society and how they affect women in the modern age.

    Preceded by: Every Known Piece Of Me Had To Be Broken

    Bachelor Girls

    New Parkway Theater
    March 18, 2017 5:40 pm Buy Tickets Buy Tickets

  10. Bad Rap

    Salima Koroma / Special Presentations, Directions in Sound / USA / 2016 / Culture, Documentary, Independent / 80 mins
    Asian American rappers Awkwafina, Dumbfoundead, Rekstizzy and Lyricks break ethnic and music-industry stereotypes in the documentary, BAD RAP. This musically-minded presentation will feature live performances from the highlighted artists.
    Bad Rap

    The Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
    March 14, 2017 7:00 pm Tickets available at