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What else is going on for Asian Heritage Month?

Reel Asian 2013 School Tour Interview with Leslie Supnet Interview with Stephanie Law Interview with Albert Zablan & Althea Balmes Taiwan Sublime in Film (presented by TECO and Markham Public Library) Free film screenings for AHM (presented by Toronto Public … Continue reading

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Volunteer Opportunities: LIFT, Academy of Canadian Cinema & TV

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Heart Heat Happenings – Lover’s Discourse

The Isabel  Bader could have quite possibly hovered, if not lifted a little off the ground with the high spirits of the crowd, special guests and some helium filled birthday balloons as opening night finally took flight. A few extra peddles down … Continue reading

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Fifteen Candles

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since the last Reel Asian, let alone fourteen when it all began!  There’s only a week to go until the festival fires back up again hotter than drinking a whole bottle of … Continue reading

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Employment Opportunity: Videographer (Media Operations and Technology)

When you work at CBC/Radio-Canada, you’re part of an inspiring, entertaining, truly Canadian organization. Each day, some of the industry’s most creative minds come to work for a world leader in public broadcasting that fuels the Canadian dream, making our … Continue reading

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Who’s Asian? Are you? Am I?

Too Asian?  Tiger Moms! “Ching chong ling long ting tong” ……and the list goes on. Do these comments make you surprised, angry, empowered, intrigued or all of the above? If so, the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter (CCNCTO) wants … Continue reading

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Q&A with Fruit Fly director H.P. Mendoza

San Francisco-born writer-director, singer-songwriter H.P. Mendoza introduced his new musical Fruit Fly to Toronto audiences on Thursday. Film critics have called his film “filthy” and “utterly filthy” but that doesn’t faze the director in producing stories that really speak to … Continue reading

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