Michelle Kim, screenwriter, co-director, and star of the new dramatic film “The Tree Inside,” is coming to the Local Sightings Film Festival.
When asked about growing up Korean in New Jersey, actor Aaron Yoo, an upcoming star of the “StartUp” TV show playing now on the online Crackle network, waxed philosophical and comparative.
Streaming content is becoming more common among modern viewers with online heavyweights like Netflix and Hulu revolutionizing how people consume movies and television.
“He had many different interests, pursued them in a humble way, and succeeded in everything,” Sheenie Yip, a marketing intern at Wing Luke Museum, said about Bruce Lee.
Pianist and keyboardist Masabumi Kikuchi, aka Poo Sun, aka Poo, was born in Tokyo in 1939 and died in Manhasset, N.Y. in 2015.
The concentration camps at Minidoka and Tule Lake, where Japanese American families would live for the next four years, were hot and dusty. Communal bathrooms were filthy and had no partitions.
“Seattle, compared to different cities, is clean and safe.
The Experience Music Project Museum (EMP) has been supporting Seattle’s music industry for more than a decade with its annual competition called Sound off!, the Northwest’s premier 21-and-under battle of the bands.
Russian director Vitaly Mansky mentions upfront that his new film, theoretically a documentary, has a script provided to him by North Korean authorities. “Under the Sun,” shot entirely in North Korea, and made entirely under the authority of the totalitarian North Korean government, is designed as a propaganda piece.
“Fresh Off the Boat” star Constance Wu slammed the casting of Matt Damon in the upcoming China-set action flick “The Great Wall” for “perpetuating the racist myth that only a white man can save the world.”