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- "Space Fictions" Exhibitions & Artist Talk by Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen and Juan Ortiz-Apuy
- Royal Ontario Museum's The Forbidden City Opens Saturday March 8
- Becoming Ourselves: How Immigrant Woman Transformed Their World
- “Yinglish/Englishized Cantonese” and Cultural Identities in Hong Kong
- Cultural Translation and Chinese-Canadian Studies Workshop
- The Joy Luck Club
- Steve James Masterclass, Screening & Lab, March 22-23
- Film Screening "Unforgiven"
- The Second City Outreach & Diversity Weekend (and Auditions)
- The Royal Conservatory 2013.14 Concert Season: Uri Mayer with Jae-Won Kim
- The Royal Conservatory 2013.14 Concert Season: Mariko Anraku
Author Archives: Chris Chin
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival kicks off its 2013 edition on October 17 at its new home, the Scotiabank Theatre. A number of Reel Asian alumni have work in selection this year. Tweet this!
The 38th Toronto International Film Festival has confirmed the return of its Asian Film Summit, to be held during their festival on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Tweet this!
The Canadian titles announced last week for the 38th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival included a number of Asian Canadians in selection across the Short Cuts Canada programmes, but also in the Contemporary World Cinema programme. Reel Asian … Continue reading
Another set of titles have been announced for the 38th Toronto International Film Festival. In this post we’ll look at Asian titles across the Vanguard, Midnight Madness, Docs, and Cinematheque programmes. Watch for more programming to be announced in the … Continue reading
The Toronto International Film Festival will open its 38th edition on September 5, but their first batch of films was announced today. They already include a handful of Asian titles, with more sure to be announced as the festival approaches. … Continue reading
It’s wintertime in Australia, and the Melbourne International Animation Festival is on now through the end of June. Canadian animation is held in high regard around the world thanks to the strong efforts of the National Film Board, but it’s … Continue reading
Pioneering film director Cecile Tang Shu-shuen 唐書璇 (left) is widely considered to be a trailblazer of Hong Kong’s socially-critical art cinema movement of the 1970s, and her work was a precursor of the Hong Kong New Wave. One of the era’s … Continue reading
Three years in the making, the Toronto International Film Festival’s massive retrospective A Century of Chinese Cinema (on now through August 11) is indeed a breathtaking spectacle. With 80 films, art exhibitions, and plenty of special guests, this is a … Continue reading
In this clip from Spike Lee‘s 1992 film Malcolm X, the assassinated civil rights leader (played by Denzel Washington) is shown dying in the arms of his wife, played by Angela Bassett. Undepicted on screen, and largely ignored in the … Continue reading
It was standing-room only tonight at the catalogue launch for the 26th edition of the Images Festival, held at the Urbanspace Gallery. Now that the programming has been released to the public, we’re pleased to announce that we are co-presenting … Continue reading