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Thursday, July 16, 2015

14th Annual Asian Film Festival Dallas Full Schedule and Events




14th ANNUAL ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL OF DALLAS

PRESENTED BY WELL GO USA ENTERTAINMENT

ANNOUNCES FULL FILM SCHEDULE & EVENTS

THURSDAY, JULY 16 THROUGH THURSDAY, JULY 23


ANGELIKA FILM CENTER DALLAS in MOCKINGBIRD STATION
5321 E Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, TX 75206

The Asian Film Festival of Dallas celebrates its 14th year with returning presenting sponsor Well Go USA Entertainment, from Thursday, July 16 through Thursday, July 23, 2015.

This festival year boasts its first 3D feature film and first film from Cambodia. Film fans can also expect films from the U.S., Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Vietnam and from all genres: action, anime, comedy, crime drama, documentary, drama, martial arts, psycho drama, thriller and romantic comedy.

AFFD in numbers
33 feature film screenings. 5 shorts blocks, including local students’ shorts. 11 countries represented.
2 World premieres. 3 International premieres. 2 U.S. premieres. 4 Southwest premieres.
9 confirmed filmmakers in attendance.

All screenings will be shown at the Angelika Film Center – Dallas

FULL FILM & EVENT SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, JULY 16


7:00 pm SEOUL SEARCHING (Opening Night Film) - Southwest Premiere

**Director Benson Lee & Actor Eteban Ahn in attendance, Q&A will follow.

8 pm-11 pm Opening Night Party @ The Gatsby in Downtown

http://14thaffdopeningnightparty.eventbrite.com/

FRIDAY, JULY 17

2:45 pm Experimental Shorts

4:30 pm Flowers of Shanghai
4:45 pm Adopt - International Premiere

**Director Beibei Liu in attendance

7:00 pm Solomon’s Perjury I: Suspicion - US Premiere

9:15 pm The Happiness of the Katakuris

9:30 pm Big Match

11:30 pm Late Night Shorts

**Director Hogil Hwang of Gyomusil in attendance.

11:45 pm Unlucky Plaza


SATURDAY, JULY 18

12:00 pm Drama Shorts

**Director Charlene Wang of All the Splendor in attendance.

**Director Chiung-wen Chang of When Mom Visits in attendance.

**Director An Rong Xu of Timing in attendance. - World Premiere

12:15 pm Student Shorts

2:00 pm The Last Reel - International Premiere

2:20 pm Dearest

4:15 pm Factory Boss

5:00 pm How to Steal a Dog

6:30 pm Shiren & Ragi

7:30 pm Women Who Flirt

9:00 pm Northern Limit Line

9:30 pm A Courtesan with Flowered Skin - Southwest Premiere

11:30 pm Gentle

11:35 PM Violent Cop

9 pm-11 pm Filmmakers Reception @ Dallas Fish Market in Downtown

SUNDAY, JULY 19

1:00 pm Someone Else - Southwest Premiere

**Director Nelson Kim in attendance.

1:15 pm BALLERINO - World Premiere

2:40 pm Great Hypnotist

3:40 pm Boundless

5:00 pm The Legend of Qin (first 3D film)

5:45 pm Unlucky Plaza

7:00 pm WILD CITY (Centerpiece Film) - International Premiere

6:15 pm - Centerpiece Reception @ Angelika Film Center of Dallas (prior to the film)

8:20 pm Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

9:10 pm Seoul Searching (2nd screening)

10:30 pm The Happiness of the Katakuris

MONDAY, JULY 20

1:30 pm Experimental Shorts

3:30 pm Flowers of Shanghai (2nd screening)

6:00 pm Dearest (2nd screening)

8:30 pm Pale Moon

10:45 pm For the Emperor

TUESDAY, JULY 21

1:00 pm Drama Shorts (2nd screenings)

3:30 pm Shiren & Ragi (2nd screening)

6:00 pm Eat with me - Southwest Premiere

8:00 pm Golden Cane Warrior

10:20 pm World of Kanako

AFFD Panel: “Tips & Tricks - How to make a film on a budget” @ GeniusDen in Deep Ellum

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22

1:00 pm Documentary Shorts

3:30 pm The Legend of Qin (2nd screening)

5:30 pm Solomon’s Perjury I: Suspicion (2nd screening) - US Premiere

8:00 pm Solomon’s Perjury II: Judgement

11:00 pm Violent cop (2nd screening)

5:00-7 pm AFFD Happy Hour @ Dallas Fish Market in Downtown

THURSDAY, JULY 23

1:00 pm How to Steal a Dog (2nd screening)

3:20 pm Great Hypnotist (2nd screening)

5:30 pm Women Who Flirt (2nd screening)

7:45 pm A GIRL AT MY DOOR (Closing Night Film)

10:00 pm Pale Moon (2nd screening)

9 pm-12 am AFFD Closing Night Party @ The Gatsby

Parties and events

VIP Reception: Invitation-only
Opening Night Party: Thursday, July 16, 8 pm to 11 pm at The Gatsby
Filmmakers Reception: Saturday, July 18, 9 pm to 11 pm at the Dallas Fish Market
Centerpiece Reception: Sunday, July 19, 6:15 pm at the Angelika Film Center of Dallas (prior to the film)
AFFD Panel: “Tips & Tricks - How to make a film on a budget.” Tuesday, July 21, 7 pm to 9 pm at GeniusDen
Happy Hour: Wednesday, July 22, 5 pm to 7 pm at the Dallas Fish Market
Closing Night Party: Thursday, July 23, 9 pm to 12 am at The Gatsby

More titles and full schedule of Q&As, parties, events and details will follow in the coming weeks. Visit www.asianfilmdallas.com.

AFFD perks

KIND - complimentary KIND healthy bars in the check-in area of festival.
Cafe Express - 25% off for AFFD volunteers & staff with badge. 10% off for attendees with ticket.
UBER - use promo code AFFD2015 for your first ride is free up to $20. Not valid on uberT.

About the Asian Film Festival of Dallas
Since its creation in 2002, the annual film festival has grown to become the South’s largest showcase of Asian and Asian-American cinema. Over the past 14 years, the festival has provided opportunities for nearly 500 Asian and Asian-American filmmakers and documentarians to share their vision, often providing the only venue for their films to be shown in Dallas.

The films have also allowed festival goers a chance to experience other lives and cultures without leaving their seats. The Asian Film Festival of Dallas is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating and supporting emerging and established Asian and Asian-American filmmakers and sharing the rich diversity of Asian culture through the medium of cinema.

For more information about AFFD or to purchase passes and tickets, please visit www.asianfilmdallas.com.






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