Posts Tagged ‘2012’

Opening Night: Mr. Cao Goes To Washington

See what happens as newcomer Joseph Cao, the honorable gentleman from New Orleans, embarks on his journey as a rookie congressman.

Watch as the first Vietnamese American elected to Congress becomes the only Republican to vote for President Obama’s Health Care Reform Bill. Keep watching as his idealistic desire for change clashes with the realities of racial politics in The South and the partisan power struggles play out around him during his first term.

Will Mr. Cao’s idealism survive through his first term?

-Cherisse Yanit-Nadal

 

DC APA Film Festival 2012: It Starts Tonight

In less that 45 minutes, we will be kicking off this year’s DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival. We’ve been going strong for 13 years, and we’re kicking off our teens at The Landmark E Street Cinema.

If you already purchased your tickets, make sure to get there early. Remember that this is a film festival and that demand is high: as of 15 minutes prior to showing, we cannot guarantee seating– even for ticket holders.

So, if you’re sitting here reading this and you’re set on seeing Mr. Cao Goes To Washington, hurry up and get to the theatre. We’re waiting for you!

-Cherisse Yanit-Nadal