Future Music Video Stars of America - Pt. 9
Since we'll be showing films at two different venues on Friday night, I decided to present a music video double feature. As one of many Asian Americans artists who go overseas to make a living in entertainment, Yuna Ito sings "Mahaloha" in her latest video, shot in her home state of Hawaii. If you can't get enough of the Hawaiian scenery in the video, come out to our screening of NA KAMALEI: MEN OF HULA at the National Museum of the American Indian where director Lisette Marie Flanary will appear and a local dance school will perform.
In the second video, Karen Lin directs the band Seriously as they perform their song, "Irony". Buy a ticket for our WE'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE shorts program on Friday night where we will be showing a spoken word short also directed by Karen Lin and featuring the poetry of Kelly Tsai, who will be in attendance. Then, stay for the next program, the romantic-comedy SHANGHAI KISS, where we will be raffling off t-shirts from Future Rockstars of America Clothing and subscriptions to Giant Robot. It's going to be a great night for film and whichever one you go see, you won't be sorry.
Co-sponsored by Future Rockstars of America