The inaugural San Francisco International Southeast Asian Film Festival offers moviegoers the rare opportunity to see first-rate films from one of the farthest corners of the globe. The films -- ranging from horror and experimental to documentaries and more -- examine gender identity, love and modernity through the lens of contemporary Southeast Asian culture. You can see films from countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and the Philippines, as well as work by American filmmakers of Southeast Asian descent. There are 14 screenings in total, and one of the highlights of the fest is 2014 Cannes Film Festival favorite Cemetery of Splendor from Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul.
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