The Inaugural SF International Southeast Asian Film Festival - NBC Bay Area

The Inaugural SF International Southeast Asian Film Festival



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    The International Southeast Asian Film Festival ( I-SEA) highlights the histories, imaginaries, and identities of those with ties to Southeast Asia and its diasporas, including Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, and the Philippines. The selected films will have dialogue with local and international communities, drawing connections between wars then and now, overseas and on the streets.

    The films- ranging from horror, experimental, documentaries and more-embrace diverse topics including gender identity, love and modernity. The festival will feature the latest works by emerging and established filmmakers, including features, documentaries, shots, and experimental cinema.

     Opening Night Screening Event & Party

    When: Friday, November 20 from 7pm-11pm

    Where:Artists' Television Access in San Francisco's Mission Direct

    The New People Cinema

    When: Saturday & Sunday, November 21-22 from 10:30am-12am

    Where: New People Cinema in Japantown. 

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