Dates: Fridays, January 5, 12, 19, 26; Feb 9, 2007
Time: 5:30PM to 8:00PM

Place: 25 West 43rd Street, 19th Floor,
between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan

Free Admission

Why spend your winter evenings at home, when you can visit AAARI, and experience the best films that Asians have to offer from around the globe? This four session workshop will guide viewers on a retrospective study through some of Asian American / Asian cinema's most beloved and highly acclaimed films from the past decade.

Series Lineup
(All films shown in their native language, with English subtitles.)

Date Movie
Jan 5 Three: Extremes (Pan-Asia)
Jan 12 Saving Face (USA)
Jan 19 Howl's Moving Castle (Japan)
Jan 26 The Banquet (China)
Feb 9 All About Love (Hong Kong)

Warning: Some films may contain adult content that may be deemed objectionable. Please note this warning before registering for this workshop. Thank you.

Instructor Biography

Daryl Chin is currently on the selection committee for the Independent Feature Project Market; he was one of the judges for Asian Cinevision's Screenplay Competition. He was Associate Editor for PAJ: A Journal of Performance & Art. He contributes articles to the websites DVD Beaver, Masters of Cinema and His blog can be found at:







Twilight Cinema


Movie Synopses


Workshop Instructor
Daryl Chin

Workshop Coordinator
Antony Wong

Technical Assistance
Phillip Li

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