D.C. Asian Pacific American Film, in collaboration with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative’s Office (TECRO), is proud to present Taiwan’s highest-grossing documentary, Go Grandriders, at Landmark’s E Street Cinema (555 11th St. NW, WDC) on Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m. This is a FREE screening that you don’t want to miss! In addition to seeing this wonderful film, you will have an opportunity to win some awesome prizes such as the highly-acclaimed Taiwanese tea and pineapple cake!
Our Guest List is Full. There will be a Rush Line at the door. Since this is a free event, tickets will be distributed on a first come basis, so please arrive early as seating is not guaranteed.
Go Grandriders, filmed by director Hua Tien-hao, is the story of 17 octogenarians who embarked on a 13-day, 1,178-kilometer journey to fulfill their dream of riding around Taiwan, changing concepts about what it means to grow old. Go Grandriders was nominated for a documentary award at the 17th Busan International Film Festival and was screened at the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival in 2012 and the San Francisco CAAM Fest earlier this year to sold out audiences.
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Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO) is the Republic of China’s principal representative office in the United States. As such, TECRO in the United States is responsible for maintaining and developing bilateral relations between Taiwan and the United States.
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