Festival 2011 Events Page


Opening Night Reception

October 6, 2011 at 10 PM
911 F Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20004

Saigon Electric will be screening this Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7:30pm at the E Street Landmark Cinema. There will be a Q&A with director Stephane Gauger immediately after the screening.

Come join us after the film at the Opening Night Reception on the exclusive VIP level at UltraBar for a catered affair with drink specials. A guest DJ who specializes in old vinyls will be spinning that night in the newly renovated VIP level for APA guests only.

Admittance to the reception is included in the Opening Night ticket. DC APA Film is proud to partner with the 20s and 30s Asian Going Out Group and Toki Underground for Opening Night.

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FREE Citizen Journalism Workshop

October 9, 2011 at 3-4:30 PM
812 7th St. NW
Washington, DC
“Your smartphone is your press badge!” A hands-on workshop with Annabel Park and Eric Byler

A 75-min workshop on how new technology is revolutionizing citizen journalism and breaking down the barriers to power. Annabel Park and Eric Byler, co-directors of 9500 Liberty and co-founders of the Coffee Party, will show you some easy ways you can become part of the revolution to have truth-driven media overpower profit-driven media. Bring your smartphones or laptops.

FREE EVENT! Seating limited to the first 30 attendees, 3pm to 4:30pm, at Goethe-Institut on Sunday 10/9

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Closing Night Reception

October 15, 2011 at 9PM-10:30PM and 11PM-12AM
812 7th St. NW
Washington, DC
Surrogate Valentine will be screened twice on Saturday, Oct 15 at the Goethe Institut in the heart of DC’s Gallery Place/Chinatown. Following each screening will be a reception held in the Goethe Institut’s upstairs art gallery space.

The Closing Night Reception will feature a black-and-white theme with a specially catered menu featuring a decadent dessert spread, international hand-poured coffees from Modern Times Coffeeshop, Asian cuisine from PING and Sticky Rice, along with the local live band favorite Inara Sunset. The bar will feature microdistillery and international liquors, such as Brokers Gin, Smooth Ambler White Whiskey, Don Q Rum, Tierruca Sauvignon Blanc, garage door broken boca raton Parallel Cote D’Rhone.

Admittance to the reception is included in the Closing Night ticket.

The Goethe Institut is located at 812 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001, near the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro.