The longest-running Asian film festival in Canada screens features and shorts that fit the theme, “What’s Your Role (in your community)?”
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$8 for two matinee film screenings plus two memberships (up to $20 value)
$10 for two evening film screenings plus two memberships, excluding opening, showcase, centerpiece, and closing programs (up to $24 value)
$15 for two closing-night film screenings plus two memberships (up to $34 value)
$15 for two opening-night film screenings plus two memberships (up to $34 value)
History: For more than 15 years, the Asian Film Festival has been celebrating the diversity and unique perspectives wrought by Asian culture in film and media, and every year it brings with it a different theme. This year’s theme: “What’s Your Role (in your community)?”
The Films: more than 37 features and shorts of all genres (all with English dialogue or subtitles)—including 4 North American premieres and 13 Canadian premieres—divided into nine programs
Don’t Miss: Seoul Searching, a romantic teen comedy that finds a group of foreign-born Korean teens in a Seoul summer camp to learn about the Korean government—and themselves (opening night).