Our friends at the 20s & 30s Asian Going Out Group will host a Happy Hour at Cafe Asia on Thursday, Sept. 22 benefiting D.C. APA Film. (Note: You don’t have to be in this age group to join in on the fun – everyone is welcome!)
D.C. APA Film is run 100 percent by volunteers, we have no paid staffers and every penny earned is spent on festival expenses such as theater rental, food + drinks for the Opening/Closing Night Parties, etc.
WHEN: Thursday, September 22, 2011 @ 6 pm.
WHERE: Cafe Asia, 1720 I Street, NW, Washington DC (Farragut West metro)
Click here for more details. See you there!
APA FILM has a number of passes for a FREE PREVIEW SCREENING at the following time/location:
Thursday, May 26, 2011
E Street Cinema
555 11th Street NW
Washington, DC Read More »
Asian Heritage Month is about to begin and what better way to start off by hosting a kick-off party to a month long celebration full of amazing events held all over the D.C. metropolitan area!
Please join the following organizations in coming together for a night at The Park with complimentary cocktails, networking, and making new friends. Please feel free to pass this invite along to others because as we all know, the more the …merrier! Read More »
photo by Ron Sanchez, Blushing Whale Films
D.C. APA Film would like to thank you for all your support in 2010!
We’ve already had a few meetings to plan some exciting events for you in 2011. We’ve met with some cool organizations, checked out some great venues and continue to look for film fans who would love to join us and help plan the 2011 film festival. Drop us a line if you’re interested in joining us, and keep checking our website for the latest news.
Have a wonderful holiday season and we’ll see you in 2011!
The Fading Light
By Allison Lyzenga, My Film Habit
Film: Theo Huong Den Ma Di (The Fading Light)
Thien Do directs this heart-rending short film about a man returning to his childhood home, and all the traumatic memories of the past that this trip draws out. It’s a story about the profound love between siblings that people often don’t even realize is there until it’s gone, and it’s a serious tear-jerker. Read More »
2010 Filmmaker's Brunch (Photo by Wayne You Huang)
On Sunday, October 10, we invited filmmakers & guests to our 2nd Annual D.C. APA Film Filmmakers Brunch. It was a huge success as more than 40 people were in attendance. Some came all the way from Hawaii and Canada to be a part of it and shared some of their time with video-bloggers Amy & Tru. Read More »
Gerry Balasta - 2010 Winner of the George C. Lin Award (Photo by Wayne You Huang)
After the screening of his feature film The Mountain Thief, director Gerry Balasta was a bit stunned by the silence inside the theater. Did the audience not like his film? Did they sneak out of the theater? Read More »
The Things We Carry: 2010 Best Narrative Feature Award winner
Online sales for The Things We Carry have ended but you can still buy tickets at the door. Do not miss this incredible film – winner of our Best Narrative Feature award. Alyssa and Athena Lobit will be at the screening. After the screenings (7 p.m. and 9 p.m.) there will be an incredible after-party at the venue (Goethe-Institut). Drinks, light food, mingle with the stars, talk to fellow film fans. It’s guaranteed to be a fun night! To read more about this film, click here.
Photo by Wayne You Huang
Check out pics from the 2010 D.C. APA Film Festival on our Flickr page.
Big thanks to our staff photographers Wayne You Huang and Kendrick Hang. Read More »
Opening Night of the 11th Annual D.C. APA Film Festival was a huge success! D.C. APA Film’s POV Class of 2009 graduates Amy Hosseinnian and Tru Nguyen were at the sold out event and interviewed the filmmakers and crowd. Tru and Amy take you to Opening Night where they catch up with Justin Guerrieri, editor for “Au Revoir “Taipei” before heading to the afterparty!
Opening Night – 11th Annual DC APA Film Festival from DC APA Film on Vimeo.
Filmed and edited by Mike Song.