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2016 Asian American International Film Festival | New York City

Panels

Master of None panel

AAIFF 2016 is proud to host a number of panels during the festival, including a free MASTER OF NONE talk with series co-creator Alan Yang and cast member Kelvin Yu.


  1. Mabel Cheung

    AAWMM TALK-BACK WITH MABEL CHEUNG

    Events, Panels / 90 mins
    AAIFF16 is proud to present the a talk-back with Hong Kong filmmaker Mabel Cheung (Director of AAIFF16 Centerpiece-A TALE OF THREE CITIES), moderated by AAWMM’s co-founder S. Casper Wong.
    AAWMM TALK-BACK WITH MABEL CHEUNG

    Museum of Chinese in America
    July 23, 2016 12:00 pm


  2. Yamashita

    HIDDEN HISTORIES AND THE POWER OF NARRATIVE FILM: TELLING THE STORY OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION AND BEYOND (Short Film Screenings + Panel)

    Events, Panels / 90 mins
    The troubling story of Japanese American incarceration during WWII is an important but often glossed-over part of American history. Hidden Histories and the Power of Narrative Film commemorates and explores this complicated history through four short narrative films, coupled with a post-screening discussion. The screening will be followed by a discussion about Japanese American incarceration and how this history is still relevant today.
    HIDDEN HISTORIES AND THE POWER OF NARRATIVE FILM: TELLING THE STORY OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION AND BEYOND (Short Film Screenings + Panel)

    Village East Cinema
    July 23, 2016 1:30 pm


  3. Mayors Office Presents MASTER OF NONE Panel

    Mayors Office Presents: MASTER OF NONE Panel (FREE)

    Events, Panels / 120 mins
    AAIFF is thrilled to host Master of None co-creator Alan Yang and cast member Kelvin Yu as they share details on the show’s inspiration and production as well as their own experiences in an industry full of both opportunity and obstacle.
    Mayors Office Presents: MASTER OF NONE Panel (FREE)

    Village East Cinema
    July 23, 2016 6:00 pm First-come, first-served


  4. Jeff & Bing V2

    NEW MEDIA PANEL

    Events, Panels / 90 mins
    The New Media Panel at AAIFF will focus on how new media has changed the Asian American landscape over the past 10 years. It will include topics such as brand building, creating content using new technology, marketing on a business level, and how brands are using films as a way to elevate their products and sell to the general market. We're interested in learning more on how Asian Americans have leveraged new media to transform their identity and brand over the past 10 years. and how receptive mainstream media is slowly adapting to this new wave of change.
    New Media Panel

    Time Warner Center
    July 22, 2016 7:00 pm


  5. susanandken

    STORMING THE WRITERS’ ROOM WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA PANEL

    Events, Panels / 180 mins
    Over the years, Asian Pacific Americans are slowly making progress and getting their foot in the door inside the writers' room in both television and film. How are they changing the Asian American identity and media landscape through storytelling? What are some of the challenges they face in traditional media (major film/TV networks) versus new media structure models (Netflix/VOD)?
    WGA STORMING THE WRITERS’ ROOM panel

    Writers Guild of America
    July 25, 2016 6:00 pm