Won Bin’s Ajusshi at SF Asian American film fest
For those of you in the San Fransisco area who didn’t get the chance to see Won Bin in all his badass glory, now’s your shot. Seriously, see it on the big screen while you can. Ajusshi / The Man From Nowhere is playing tomorrow as a special presentation at the 29th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, described as “the largest and most prestigious international showcase of Asian and Asian American films.”
The screening will be at the historic Castro Theatre in San Francisco on Sunday, March 13, at 12pm. Tickets are $12 (and $11 for students/seniors). More info on the screening here.
The SF Asian American Film Fest is presented by the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), a national non-profit organization “dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audiences possible.” This year’s festival will run from March 10-20, 2011 and will feature 110 films from over 20 countries as well as a variety of panels and interactive events.
For more info on the festival: caamedia.org
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