Jeff Chiba Stearns (far right) gives fist bumps to Todd Wong, Jason Karman and Julia Kwan. Jeff's film “One Big Hapa Family” closed out the 14th Annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival
Film maker Angelina Cantado (centre) attended the screening of her film Sikat on Friday Night's program “Promised Lands“, which featured Phillipine-North American films. “Sikat” is a tender story about a Filipina domestic worker, who looks after the two children and does the laundry of a middle class Canadian family. It is
Chinese Canadian WW2 veterans came on Sunday afternoon for the screening of Redress Remixed. Left to right: Frank Wong, Tommy Wong, ??, Lesley Chan, Alec Louie, Todd Wong. Frank Wong is interviewed in the movie, directed by Lesley Chan
Lt. Watada is a film about an US soldier who refused to go to deploy to Iraq, because he felt that
the war is illegal and a violation of his constitutional oath. “Watada described the war as illegal
and immoral and founded on deception. and offered twice to go to Afghanistan – a war he considered
legitimate – but his commanders said that granting such a request would
mean there was something wrong with the war in Iraq.” – This film screened on Saturday.
The buzz was big for the fully-packed theatre closing night screening of One Big Hapa Family, preceded by a short film titled Ode to a Post-It Note, celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the 3M invention.
Following One Big