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LOS ANGELES PREMIERE
LOS ANGELES ASIAN PACIFIC FILM FESTIVAL 2020
from September 24 to 27
Q&A with Eunice Lau & Yusuf Abdurahman on Sept 25, 1pm PT
The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) is the largest film festival in Southern California dedicated to showcasing films by and about Asians & Pacific Islanders around the world including Ang Lee, Wong Kar-wai, and Justin Lin. It was named one of “The 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World, 2017” by MovieMaker Magazine.
MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL 2020
Monday, August 24, 8:30PM with Q&A
New Arbat 24
DOKer was created in 2011 to bring wonderful independent documentary films from all over the world to the Russian audience and provide a discussion platform for authors, experts and spectators.
CLOSING NIGHT FEATURE
COVEN FILM FESTIVAL 2020
Sunday, January 12, 4:00PM
The Roxie Theater
In its second year, the COVEN Film Festival is devoted to films by women and non-binary filmmakers from the San Francisco Bay Area and around the world. By spotlighting these under-represented voices, they aim to tell and amplify their stories to new audiences and the filmmaking community.
HUDSON VALLEY PREMIERE
20TH WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL 2019
Nominee for "Best Documentary" and "Best Editing"
Friday, October 4, 12:30PM & Sunday, October 6, 1:30PM
Hailed as "A True American Maverick Among Fests" and named among the top 50 film festivals worldwide, the Woodstock Film Festival premieres exceptional films, and hosts the most talented emerging and established professionals in the movie industry. The 20th Woodstock Film Festival returns with an extraordinary lineup of fiercely independent films, panels and special events in Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Kingston, Rosendale and Saugerties.
Screening is 82 mins followed by a Q&A with Director, Eunice Lau, Editor Yasu Inoue and film subject Yusuf Abdurahman.
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH FILM FESTIVAL
Saturday, June 15, 6:00PM
Sunday, June 16, 5:30PM
Film Society of Lincoln Center's Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center
One of the world’s leading independent organizations dedicated to defending and protecting human rights, the Human Rights Watch’s Film Festival bear witness to human rights violations and create a forum for courageous individuals on both sides of the lens to empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference. The festival chooses approximately 40 films each year to participate in its various festivals which screens in over 20 countries.
Screening is 82 mins followed by a Q&A with Director, Eunice Lau and film subjects Yusuf Abdurahman & Ikraan Abdurahman.They will be joined by Blair Imani, Ambassador, Muslims for Progressive Values and Jumana Musa, Director, Fourth Amendment Center, NACD.
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