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Katrina Five Year Anniversary Update

Thursday, August 26th, 2010
The five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is upon us and I wanted you to know about the incredible work being done on the Gulf Coast to repair past and current damages. If you haven’t yet visited the sites of the Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corporation & Vietnamese American Young Leaders Assn.- New Orleans, please do so. We also recently partnered with VietUnity and their new group, Viet Gulf Coast Solidarity Network, for a screening of A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES. VGCSN is an Oakland-based grassroots organization working to aid the Vietnamese people of the Gulf Coast. If you are interested in knowing more about their organization and how you can help, join their facebook page, or email: vietgcsn@gmail.com. Dozens of organizations and media groups have been trying to bring awareness to the current devastation in the Gulf Coast and how it is related to what happened five years ago. We wanted to share a few of the informative and poignant pieces we’ve found: RADIO NPR- After Katrina, New Orleans Has A New Political Face “I felt a compelling need to promote social change,” says Republican Rep. Joseph Cao. “I thought the best possible way for me to do that was to become politically involved.” _________ PHOTOS The Washington Post- Vietnamese shrimpers face financial ruin after oil spill Take a look at these beautiful images of Vietnamese-American shrimpers. _________ VIDEO The New York Times- The Shrimper Survivor “Thuong Nguyen, a Louisiana shrimp fisherman, survived a treacherous trip from Vietnam and Hurricane Katrina. But now he worries that he may not make it through the gulf oil spill.” I also wanted to let you know we have three A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES screenings coming up: two in San Francisco and one in North Carolina. Our associate producer, Brittney Shepherd also recently screened AVCV at the Goethe-Institut in Hanoi, Vietnam. Look for her comments on how it went in our next newsletter. Upcoming screening details: SAN FRANCISCO, CA: WHAT: SF Interfaith Council presents AVCV– FREE WHEN : Friday 9/1 @ 7pm WHERE : Jewish Community Center, 3200 California Street, SF, CA 94118 INFO : Please RSVP FACEBOOK EVENT : http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=136011043106918 Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will participate in a discussion afterward. CHARLOTTE, NC: WHAT: Council on Foundations, Conference for Community Foundations WHEN: Mon. 9/13 @8:30p WHERE: Charlotte Convention Center, 501 South College Street, Charlotte, NC 28202, Room 216 INFO:  click HERE Producer/Director Leo Chiang to present, along with Tin Nguyen, a Charlotte-based attorney and activist who has worked with Gulf Coast Vietnamese-American fisherfolk. SAN FRANCISCO, CA: WHAT: FREE Screening at the SF Public Library, Main Branch WHEN : Tuesday 9/21 @ 6pm WHERE : SF Public Library, 100 Larkin Street, SF, CA 94118 INFO : http://sfpl.org/ FACEBOOK EVENT : http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=152022044807894 A panel discussion on disaster preparedness including Associate Producer, Eva Moss, will follow. Members of VietUnity will also attend.

New Behind the Scenes Video!

Monday, June 28th, 2010
A new short film shows how the youth in Versailles stepped up to lead after Hurricane Katrina. The video includes Minh Nguyen of VAYLA (Vietnamese American Young Leaders Association of New Orleans) and Mary Tran of MQVN-CDC (Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corporation):

Pro-bono Vietnamese language legal clinics for oil spill victims this weekend

Friday, June 25th, 2010
This is a press release of the pro-bono law clinics for the Vietnamese American fisherfolk impacted by the oil spill. Please note and support the organizations doing this important work at this time of need.

VABA-DC Joins Coalition of Non-Profits To Establish Volunteer Law Corps and Hold Pro-Bono Vietnamese-Language Legal Clinics For Oil Spill Disaster Victims in the Gulf Coast.

MEDIA ADVISORY

EVENT DATE: JUNE 26-27, 2010

Contact:           Shandon Phan, shandonphan@gmail.com or (202) 415-3366

In response to the urgent legal needs of the Vietnamese American community affected by the BP Oil Spill Disaster, VABA-DC has joined forces with various national and local community organizations and bar associations to hold two bilingual legal aid clinics for Vietnamese American fishermen in the Gulf Coast on June 25-26, 2010.

“VABA-DC is committed to serving the legal needs of the Vietnamese American community,” said Mai T. Pham, VABA-DC President. “It is critical for us to be part of this important effort to protect the rights and interests of the Vietnamese American community along the Gulf Coast and their way of life.”

The legal clinics will provide language access, information, and legal assistance to approximately one thousand Vietnamese American fishermen regarding BP claims policy and procedures. The clinics will be staffed by a team of 26 Vietnamese American attorney and law student volunteers from various bar associations and community organizations across the U.S. Of those, five are VABA-DC members.

“The outpouring of support from individuals and organizations across the country has been extraordinary,” said Mai Phan, a former Biloxi native, former president of the Vietnamese American Bar Association of Northern California and the project’s lead organizer. “During this time of crisis, Vietnamese-American attorneys and law students across the country have answered the call of service, dedicating their time and efforts to protect the rights and interests of thousands of community members.”

The large-scale legal clinics project highlights the tradition of service established by community advocates and organizations in bringing professionals of various backgrounds to the region to serve those in need in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

The project is supported by Congressman Anh “Joseph” Cao, who is scheduled to stop by the New Orleans clinic on Saturday.

VABA-DC is the only Vietnamese American Bar Association on the East Coast, representing over 100 Vietnamese American attorneys and law students in the area. Its mission is to promote the professional growth and advancement of Vietnamese American attorneys, encourage and facilitate the entry of Vietnamese American students into the legal profession, contribute to the public interest by serving as a voice for the local Vietnamese American community and assist community members with legal concerns.

Clinics Schedule:

Biloxi, Mississippi

When:              Friday, June 25th 1-5pm Where:             Biloxi Community Development Department Auditorium 676 Martin Luther King Blvd, Biloxi. MS

New Orleans, Louisiana

When:              Saturday, June 26th: 9am-5pm Where:             Mary Queen of Viet Nam School 14001 Dwyer Blvd, New Orleans, LA

Coalition Members:

Asian American Bar Association of Louisiana Asian Americans for Change Boat People SOS (BPSOS) Mary Queen of Viet Nam CDC Mississippi Center for Justice National Association of Vietnamese American Service Agencies (NAVASA) National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Vietnamese American Bar Association of Northern California (VABANC) Vietnamese American Bar Association of the Greater Washington DC (VABA-DC) Vietnamese American Young Leaders Association of New Orleans (VAYLA)

CNN.com article details the oil spill’s impact on the Viet Am fisherfolk

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

A Versailles fisherman shucking oysters.

Did you know that between 30-50% of the fishermen along the Gulf Coast are South East Asians, especially ethnic Vietnamese? A comprehensive article on CNN.com today delves into the impact of the oil spill on the Vietnamese American fisherfolks & families on the Gulf Coast, many of whom are from Versailles. Read about how the community is responding from Father Vien, Tuan Nguyen from Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corp (MQVN-CDC), and Rep. Anh “Joseph” Cao. Community activist Celine Tran speaks about the impact on the Biloxi Vietnamese American families. The article also has a nice shout out to A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES.

A Village Called Versailles now on iTunes and Amazon!

Friday, June 4th, 2010
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WXXI Community Screening in Rochester, New York

Friday, June 4th, 2010
Mimi Nguyen, subject of A Village Called Versailles, recently participated in a great Community Cinema screening in Rochester, and shared some photos and a note to let us know how it went: “About 30-40 people showed up at the Community Cinema night at WXXI Studio in Rochester, NY to see A Village Called Versailles on Tuesday, May 18, 2010. The Q&A session following the film included speakers Laura Garrison, Assistant Vice President/Producer, Bob Smith, Host/Producer, as well as myself. There were about 5 Vietnamese people in the crowd. Two of my childhood friends, who also stayed in the same refugee camp with me back in the day, were really touched by the documentary. They, too, were inspired and proud of the strength and determination of the Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans. It was an honor and a humble opportunity for me to be back in Rochester, NY. Thank you WXXI team for bringing me back home.”

PBS Independent Lens Trailer

Friday, May 21st, 2010
Catch A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES on Independent Lens, Tuesday May 25th at 10pm. Check out the great trailer they made for the film:

Super Tuesday today & more screenings

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010
Lots to tell you in this email about A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES, including our big PBS premiere on Tue, May 25th… that’s a week from now! First, some important news. The BP oil spill has hugely impacted the Southeast Asian/Vietnamese American fishermen, who make up 35-45% of the fishing industry along the Gulf Coast (here is a LA Times article about this). Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corp. (MQVN-CDC) in Versailles hosted a community meeting this month to address the issue. Read about it here, and please contact MQVN-CDC directly to find out how you can help. A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES continues its free nationwide Community Cinema screenings. Today 5/18 is our SUPER TUESDAY, with six screenings around the country. Father Vien, Mimi, and myself will all be attending screenings. So come say hello, and please see the listing below for info on the remaining free screenings. We also brought home two awards from the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival–the Documentary Audience Award and the “Call to Action” Award for promoting social change. Thanks to APA Bar Association-LA and Vietnamese American Arts & Letters Assoc for turning out the supportive crowd, and to Father Vien and Mimi for joining us. Don’t forget, our national PBS broadcast premiere on Independent Lens is only a week away on May 25th. To see when A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES will be playing on your local PBS station, click here. Finally, Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corp. (MQVN-CDC) put together a “5 Years Post-Katrina” update about how the Versailles community is doing. Folks at MQVN-CDC are responsible for all the amazing community projects mentioned in the film (health clinics, charter school, urban farm, etc). You can download the PDF here and find out more about MQVN-CDC here. So here are this week’s events featuring special guests from the film: ROCHESTER, NY Tues. May 18 @ 7pm, WXXI Studios, Mimi Nguyen will attend more details HOUSTON, TX Tues. May 18 @7pm, Rice Cinema, Father Vien will attend more details SAN FRANCISCO, CA Tues. May 18 @5:45pm, San Francisco Main Public Library, Koret Auditorium, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend OAKLAND, CA Wed. May 19 @ 6:30pm, Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend BILOXI, MS Fri. May 21 @ 6pm, Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center, Father Vien, Minh Nguyen, and Christina Wadhwani (MQVN-CDC) will attend more details PHILADELPHIA, PA Sat. May 22 @7pm, Asian Arts Initiative, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend more details Here are all the remainingA VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES free community screenings organized by state. You can also find the screening info at the Independent Lens website. ARIZONA Tucson, Fri. May 21 @4pm, Miller-Golf Links Branch Library more details CALIFORNIA Oakland Wed. May 19 @ 6:30pm, Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend San Francisco Tues. May 18 @5:45pm, San Francisco Main Public Library, Koret Auditorium, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend West Hollywood, Tues. May 25 @730pm, Blue Conference Room in the Pacific Design Center more details COLORADO Denver, May 25 @ 7pm, Starz FilmCenter more details Fruita, May 26 @ 630pm, Dinosaur Journey Museum more details Montrose, May 18 @ 730pm, Montrose District Library more details DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington, D.C., Sun. May 23 @5pm, Busboys and Poets more details Washington, D.C., Sun. May 30 @3pm, Washington DC Jewish Community Center more details INDIANA Evansville, Wed. May 19 @ 7pm, WNIN Studios more details Indianapolis, Sun. May 23 @ 4pm, The K.I. EcoCenter more details LOUISIANA New Orleans, Sat. May 22 @ 6pm, Dillard University, Samuel DuBois Cook Fine Arts Center more details MINNESOTA Blaine, Sat. June 11 @ 10:30am, Northtown Library more details Brooklyn Center, Mon June 14 @ 7pm, Brookdale Library more details MISSISSIPPI Biloxi, Fri. May 21 @ 6pm, Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center, Father Vien, Minh Nguyen, and Christina Wadhwani (MQVN-CDC) will attend more details NEW YORK Ithaca, Fri. May 21 @7pm, Henry St. John Building more details Manhattan, Tues. May 18 @730pm, East 54th Street Recreation Center more details Queens, Tues. May 18 @6pm, Al Oerter Recreation Center more details Rochester, Tues. May 18 @ 7pm, WXXI Studios, Mimi Nguyen will attend more details PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia, Sat. May 22 @7pm, Asian Arts Initiative, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend more details SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston, Th. May 27 @6pm, Charleston County Public Library more details TEXAS Houston, Tues. May 18 @7pm, Rice Cinema, Father Vien will attend more details

Free Community Cinema Screenings in May!

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Community Cinema is a a free monthly screening series of Independent Lens films, offered in over 50 cities throughout the U.S.

A few Community Cinema events will feature special guests from the film: ROCHESTER, NY Tues. May 18 @ 7pm, WXXI Studios, Mimi Nguyen will attend more details HOUSTON, TX Tues. May 18 @7pm, Rice Cinema, Father Vien will attend more details PHILADELPHIA, PA Sat. May 22 @7pm, Asian Arts Initiative, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend more details OAKLAND, CA Wed. May 19 @ 630pm, Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend SAN FRANCISCO, CA Tues. May 18 @545pm, San Francisco Main Public Library, Koret Auditorium, Director S. Leo Chiang will attend All other Community Cinema Screenings will include a free screening and panel discussion. For complete information, visit Independent Lens. ARIZONA Tucson, Sun. May 16,@2pm, Valencia Branch Library more details Tucson, Fri. May 21 @4pm, Miller-Golf Links Branch Library more details Tucson, Th. May 13 @9am, Quincie Douglas Branch Library more details CALIFORNIA Aliso Viejo Th. May 6 @7pm, Soka University more details Hayward Tues. May 11 @6pm, Hayward Main Library more details San Diego, Wed. May 5 @630pm, San Diego Public Library, 3rd Floor Auditorium more details West Hollywood, Tues. May 25 @730pm, Blue Conference Room in the Pacific Design Center more details COLORADO Colorado Springs, May 6 @ 6pm,Colorado College more details Denver, May 25 @ 7pm, Starz FilmCenter more details Fruita, May 26 @ 630pm, Dinosaur Journey Museum more details Grand Junction, May 11 @ 6pm, Mesa County Central Library more details Montrose, May 18 @ 730pm, Montrose District Library more details Palisade, May 15 @ 10am, Palisade Library more details Pueblo, May 12 @ 7pm, Rawlings Public Library Infozone more details DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington, D.C., Sun. May 23 @5pm, Busboys and Poets more details Washington, D.C., Sun. May 30 @3pm, Washington DC Jewish Community Center more details GEORGIA Athens, Th. May 6 @7pm, Athens-Clarke County Library more details ILLINOIS Chicago, Sat. May 15 @2pm, The Chicago Cultural Center, Claudia Cassidy Theater more details INDIANA Evansville, Wed. May 19 @ 7pm, WNIN Studios more details Indianapolis, Sun. May 23 @4pm, The K.I. EcoCenter more details LOUISIANA New Orleans, Sat. May 22 @6pm, Dillard University, Samuel DuBois Cook Fine Arts Center more details MICHIGAN Grand Rapids, Tues. May 4 @7pm, The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts MISSOURI Kansas City, Sat. May 8, @2pm, Plaza Library NEW YORK Bronx, Tues. May 4 @ 6pm, Owen Dolen Golden Age Center more details Brooklyn, Mon. May 3 @ 1pm, Von King Recreation Center more details Brooklyn, Mon. May 3 @7pm, Von King Recreation Center more details Ithaca, Fri. May 21 @7pm, Henry St. John Building more details Manhattan, Tues. May 18 @730pm, East 54th Street Recreation Center more details Queens, Fri. May 7 @630pm, Vic Hanson Recreation Center more details Queens, Th. May 13 @630pm, DKW Recreation Center more details Queens, Tues. May 18 @6pm, Al Oerter Recreation Center more details Saratoga Springs, Sat. May 1 @3pm, Saratoga Spring Public Library more details SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston, Th. May 27 @6pm, Charleston County Public Library more details TENNESSEE Nashville, Sat. May 15 @230pm, Nashville Public Library more details VERMONT Brattleboro, Th. May 13 @730pm, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center more details WISCONSIN Sheboygan, Tues. May 11 @7pm, John Michael Kohler Arts Center more details Sheboygan, Wed. May 12 @1230pm, John Michael Kohler Arts Center more details

April Screenings

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

Take a look at where we’re going this month. Pack your bags, we’re hitting the road!

We are also excited to announce our free Community Cinema screenings and panel discussions (presented by ITVS and Independent Lens) begin April 19th in St. Louis, MO and go through May 30th in Washington, DC. Community Cinema is offered in over 50 cities across the United States. To see if the film will be playing in your city, click here.

And don’t forget to mark your calendars for the PBS broadcast on Independent Lens on May 25th @ 10pm!

JACKSON, MS:

WHAT: Crossroads Film Festival WHEN: Sat 4/17 @3:10pm WHERE: Jackson, Mississippi INFO/TIX: Crossroads Film Festival FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/crossroadsfilmfest

MADISON, WI:

WHAT: Wisconsin Film Festival WHEN: Sun 4/18 @ 11:30am WHERE: Play Circle Theater, 800 Langdon Street, Madison, WI INFO/TIX: Wisconsin Fim Festival FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/avcvwisconsin

Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance.

ST. LOUIS, MO:

WHAT: FREE Community Cinema Screening WHEN: Mon 4/19 @ 7pm WHERE: Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112 INFO: More Info

SAN FRANCISCO, CA:

WHAT: San Francisco State University WHEN: Tuesday, 4/20 @ 1pm. Film starts at 1:20pm WHERE: San Francisco, CA, College of Creative Arts, McKenna Theater FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/sfsuvcv

Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance.

TUCSON, AZ:

WHAT: Arizona Film Festival WHEN: Tues 4/20 @ 6pm WHERE: Tucson, Arizona INFO/TIX: Arizona Fim Festival FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/arizonafilmfest

SANTA BARBARA, CA:

WHAT: Univ of California, Santa Barbara Screening WHEN: Wed 4/21 @ 6p WHERE: MultiCultural Center Theater, Univ Center Rm 1504, Santa Barbara, CA INFO: SantaBarbara.com FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/ucsbvcv

Screening as a part of “Cup of Culture” series. Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance.

EUGENE, OR:

WHAT: DisOrient Asian American Film Fest WHEN: Sat 4/24 @ 6pm WHERE: Eugene, OR INFO/TICKETS: DisOrient Film Festival FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/disorientfilmfest

We are honored to be selected as the festival’s Centerpiece Film on Saturday night. Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance.

DENVER, CO:

WHAT: Council on Foundations Film & Video Festival WHEN: SUN 4/25 @ 8:30pm – 10:00pm WHERE: Denver, CO
We are one of just two films to receive the Henry Hampton Award at the Council on Foundations Video and Film Festival this year! Please visit the their webpage for more information. Dir. S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance.

SEATTLE, WA:

WHAT: FREE Community Cinema Screening WHEN: Sun 4/25 @ 1pm WHERE: SIFF Cinema, Nelsholm Family Lecture Hall 321 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109 INFO: Seattle International Film Festival

VERSAILLES wins the Audience Award at SFIAAFF!

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010
We picked up the audience award at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival! Thank you SFIAAFF for three fantastic screenings! Check out the wrap up for the festival, including all of the award announcements!

New Interview by CAAM

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010
Leo is interviewed by the Center for Asian American Media for the SF International Asian American Film Festival.

New Review-Sebastopol Doc Fest

Thursday, February 25th, 2010
We will be screening at the Sebastopol Doc Film Fest in Northern California Wine Country in a little be more than a week. This great article about the festival, our film, and the film that we will be screening with, Fire on the Water, is in this week’s North Bay Bohemian. Check it out. Our screening will be at 7p on Sat 3/6.

March Screenings

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010
We want to wish you all a happy and prosperous lunar new year! The Spring is going to be a busy time for us, so stay tuned as screenings are getting added daily. Here’s a look at where we’ll be in the month of March: CALIFORNIA:
WHAT: Free Public Screening @ Pomona College WHEN: Tues 3/2 @ 7pm WHERE: Rose Hills Theater Pomona College Smith Campus Center, 170 E. 6th Street, Claremont, CA 91711 (Parking is available on the street or on the lot at 6th street and College Ave) FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/avcvpomona *Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang in attendance.
WHAT:Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival WHEN: Sat 3/6 @ 7pm WHERE: Sebastopol Cinemas, 6868 McKinley Street, Sebastopol, CA INFO/TICKETS: Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/avcvsebastopol *Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang in attendance.
WHAT: California Assoc for Bilingual Ed (CABE) Conference WHEN: Fri 3/12 @ 4pm WHERE: McEnery Convention Center, 150 West San Carlos St., San Jose, CA FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/avcvcabe *Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance. Please visit the CABE Conference page for more information.
WHAT: San Francisco Int’l Asian Am Film Festival INFO/TICKETS: San Francisco Int’l Asian Am Film Festival. Members of Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) receive discounts. FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/sfiaaff Screening #1 WHEN: Sat 3/13 @ 2:15 pm WHERE: Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, 1881 Post St @ Fillmore, SF Screening #2 WHEN: Tue 3/16 @ 9 pm WHERE: VIZ Cinema, 1746 Post St @ Webster, SF Screening #3 – SAN JOSE WHEN: Sat 3/20 @ 5:30 pm WHERE: Camera 12 Cinema, 201 S. 2nd St @ San Carlos, San Jose *Director S. Leo Chiang and Associate Producers Brittney Shepherd & Eva Moss to attend.
LOUISIANA:
WHAT: Katrina at Five Conference, New Orleans, LA WHEN: Wed 3/23 @ 9:15 am WHERE: New Orleans, LA FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/katrinaatfive *Director S. Leo Chiang to attend. Please visit the Katrina at Five Conference page for more information. Presented by Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP).
NORTH CAROLINA:
WHAT: Free Community Screening with Vietnamese Association of Charlotte WHEN: Sun 3/28 @ 3pm-6pm WHERE: Mint Museum, 2730 Randolph Road Charlotte, NC 28207-2012 FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/charolette *Conversation with filmmaker S. Leo Chiang to follow screening.
CONNECTICUT:
WHAT: Yale Asian American Film Fest WHEN: 3/31 WHERE: Asian American Cultural Center, 295 Crown Street, New Haven, CT FACEBOOK EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/avcvyale *Filmmaker S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance. Please check back for final details.

Chicago & Philly Screening on Tue

Monday, February 8th, 2010
Obviously, we want to first give a shout-out to the Super Bowl champs, the New Orleans Saints!!! With Mardi Gras only a week away, you know the party is not gonna stop for the next 8 days. Back to the business at hand, VERSAILLES will have two university screenings tomorrow Tue 2/9 in Chicago & Philly. The screenings are free and open to the public. Leo will attend the Chicago screening at Northwestern University. Here are the details: IN CHICAGO (PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE to 4p from 4:30p) WHAT: Screening at Northwestern University, Chicago, IL WHEN: Tue 2/9 @ 4-6p WHERE: Swift Hall/annex 107 • 2029 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, IL 60208 (Map) TICKETS: Open to Public
Q&A with Leo following the screening. Presented by the Asian American Studies Program. Contact Greg Jue with questions at asianamerican@northwestern.edu. IN PHILLY: WHAT: Arcadia University, PBS Independent Lens Community Cinema Screening WHEN: February 9, 2010, 7:15 pm WHERE: The Chat Performance area, Dining Complex, 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, PA INFO/TICKETS: Arcadia University. FREE!
Join us for our first PBS Independent Lens sponsored screening and panel.

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