By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Each year, the Northwest Asian Weekly sends a team of intrepid film reviewers to the Seattle International Film Festival to pick out the best Asian and Asian American films. Starting this week and running through the end of May, we will be reviewing our picks for the most interesting APA […]
“The Mirror Never Lies” Reviewed by Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly In “The Mirror Never Lies,” a young girl grapples with the death of her father in this aesthetically pleasing look at the indigenous Bajo sea gypsies of Indonesia. The gypsies live in stilted huts on the water in an area known as the World’s Coral […]
Reviewed by Tiffany Ran Northwest Asian Weekly Protagonist Khôi moves to Ho Chi Minh City, after his family rejects him for being gay. However, the big city is not the paradise that Khôi expected. In this coming-of-age story, naïve Khôi unwittingly trusts two gay men and agrees to move into their apartment. The two men […]
Reviewed by Tiffany Ran Sidney Rittenberg was an American civil rights activist
Reviewed by Andrew Hamlin Prize-winning director Eric Khoo hails from Singapore, but his latest, an animated
Released to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of Battle of P’ohang-dong in the Korean War, this historical re-creation of those conditions satisfies on all the levels of the classic war movie.
Each year during the Seattle International Film Festival, we send out a team of intrepid film reviewers who are ready and willing to spend hours and hours