New Asia Cinema
Searching For Asian America (2003) - Directed by Sapana Sakya, Donald Young, and Kyung Yu (90 min.)
Thursday, November 13, 20037:30 pm Call 577-2486 for location
Through intimate profiles of individuals and communities from across the country, this 90-minute program provides a taste of what it's like to be Asian-American in contemporary America in the following works:
OKLAHOMA HOME: Filipino immigrant doctors face issues of nationalism and assimilation living in rural America.
ANGRY LITTLE ASIAN GIRL: A successful actress and creator of the underground comic website challenges stereotypes of gender and race coming to terms with her own identity as an Asian American woman.
THE GOVERNOR: From being the son of Chinese immigrants to becoming the first Asian-American governor of his home state of Washington, Governor Gary Locke's story is the newest chapter on living the American Dream.