Month: April 2021

LA Chinese Film Festival Sponsor Seeks Inclusiveness With Name Change

Chinese in Entertainment, the nonprofit behind the Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival (LACFF), is changing its name to remove the word “Chinese” after internal discussions over the term’s political implications. After some introspectives, the team decided that the new name Sino Entertainment Association (SEA) would better align with its goal of championing inclusiveness and diversity. […]

Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival Special Virtual Panel “Documenting the Pandemic” |

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival (LACFF), presented by the association Chinese in entertainment, will host a special virtual panel “Documenting the pandemic” at 7:00 p.m. PST Friday April 23. Registration link for the panel:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lacff-special-virtual-panel-documenting-the-pandemic-tickets-151399083735 In 2020, numerous documentaries and investigative reports were made on the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. To […]

Vaibhav Tatwawaadi’s star romantic drama Anjali Patil to be released in December

Newton star Anjali Patil and Tribhanga Untitled romantic drama actor Vaibhav Tatwawaadi-starrer has wrapped up filming and is slated for release in December of this year. The film is directed by Makarand Mane, the director of the award-winning national film Marathi Ringan. Tatwawaadi, who is making his lead actor debut after working in numerous Marathi […]

If You Liked “Titanic,” Here Are 5 More Romantic Drama Movies To Watch

The 1997 cinema Titanic was written and directed by James Cameron. The story revolved around the sinking of the world’s largest ship, which also included a tragic love story. The film starred Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet in the lead roles. If you liked the movie here are more romantic drama movies like Titanic […]

Monday is a grueling romantic drama starring Sebastian Stan

Mickey and Chloe are unbearable. The couple played by Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough in director and co-writer Argyris Papadimitropoulos’ On Monday are the kind of people you hope to avoid at parties, who either frantically slap their paws or engage in a screaming match. It also makes them quite exhausting to watch on screen […]

How Chinese Movie “Sister” Beats “Godzilla vs. Kong” to # 1 Box Office at Qingming Festival in China

Sister Promotional Material Photo: Sina Weibo As cinemas across North America hail mashed up Hollywood monsters Godzilla vs. Kong for setting the best pandemic box office record over the Easter weekend, Chinese feature film Sister, which attacks brotherly relations, quickly defeated the Warner Bros. tent pole during the Qingming festival holiday in China. Chinese film […]

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