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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
- Film: Like Father, Like Son
- Food on Film Presentation of Chungking Express
- “Yinglish/Englishized Cantonese” and Cultural Identities in Hong Kong
- Cultural Translation and Chinese-Canadian Studies Workshop
- The Joy Luck Club
- Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts Presents 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
Vancouver-based filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming‘s films have been screened at Reel Asian many times over the years, most recently Window Horses (Karaoke Project) last year. Her beautiful I Was The Child of Holocaust Survivors was recently selected as one of … Continue reading
While we often shorten it to just “RA”, it’s worth remembering that we’re the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. We try very hard not just to show local audiences the world of East and Southeast Asian film, but to … Continue reading
Louanne and I stopped by the First Canadian Place Gallery last night for the opening reception of the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE)‘s Best of 2010 exhibit. We were there to take a peek at all the great art and … Continue reading
The Next Stage Theatre Festival, the winter showcase of the Fringe of Toronto, is on now through the 14th of January. There are eight plays and of the four I’m seeing, two have connections to Reel Asian. Tweet this!
Working at Hot Docs, more awards for Redress Remix, and an Asian P.O.V. Tweet this!
Some post-festival follow-ups for our friends & filmmakers… Tweet this!
My friend Janet Lumb heads up Accès Asie, Montréal’s festival of Asian arts and culture held during May of each year. They just celebrated their 15th year, making them Canada’s oldest and longest-running Asian Heritage Month (AHM) festival. This weekend … Continue reading
Stopped in at the Duke of York for the September edition of the Toronto Film Bloggers Meet-Up organized by James McNally of Toronto Screen Shots. This monthly pub night brings together a large cross-section of Toronto’s most passionate and articulate … Continue reading