Save the date! IPAAFF 2019 will take place Friday, October 4, 2019 at Cinemapolis. Screenings will be held from 4-7pm.
IPAAFF 2018 is here
All screenings will be held at Cinemapolis (120 E Green Street) and are free and open to the public.
Friday, October 12, Cinemapolis
Gaysians by Vicky Du (runtime 12:00)
Taiwan! Let’s Get Married! by Larry Tung (runtime 20:00)
Hell Bent by Vivian Lau (runtime 13:00)
Filipina by Maribel Apuya (runtime 15:00)
Golden Boat by Kristin Li (runtime 13:00)
Continuum by Rogue Shore (runtime 20:00)
Saturday, October 13
My Immigrant Story by Yuriko Gamo Romer (runtime 3:00)
GAPS by Peter Trinh (runtime 12:30)
Not in the Mood for Love by Qiyue Sun (runtime 9:00)
Sever by Christina Jun (runtime 6:00)
By Your Side by Marisa Brown (runtime 15:00)
Hoài (Ongoing/Memory) by Quyen Nguyen Le (runtime 11:00)
-Winning Films and Discussion-
Screening of IPAAFF 2018 award winners, with commentary and discussion.
JIN (A Korean in America) by Jinsuk Kim (runtime 30:00)
Good Girls Don’t by Ana de Lara (runtime 15:00)
Two Wongs Make a White by Jolene Kim (runtime 3:00)
Good People by Grayson Goga (runtime 11:00)
Blue – Tales from Suburbia by Vivian Lau (runtime 10:00)
Nước (Water/Homeland) by Quyen Nguyen Le (runtime 5:00)
6:00pm-8:00pm, Argos Warehosue Event Space
Join the IPAAFF 2018 crew at the Argos Warehouse Event Space (416 E State Street) for a re-screening of our special documentary short Gaysians with a talkback with director Vicky Du, followed by light refreshments and cultural performances. Please bring a program from the film festival to gain admittance.
The Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival is dedicated to supporting Asian American film, video and media makers both nationwide and throughout the upstate New York area while promoting films created by, starring, and/or about Asian Americans.
The Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival aims to:
- Develop and support both emerging and experienced Asian American filmmakers and artists who work in a range of genres and styles
- Engage audiences in a diverse and complex spectrum of Asian and Asian American works
- Present students with the opportunity to learn about Asian American film and gain event-planning skills