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【轉貼】SF International Asian American Film

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Taiwanese film will be featured at Pacific Film Archive as a part of SF Int'l Asian American Film Festival.

This event is held at Pacific Film Archive Theater:
2575 Bancroft Way @ Bowditch, Berkeley.

23RD SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL FROM MARCH 11th to 20th.

Ticket prices for Asian American Film Festival films at PFA are as follows:
$10 general;
$8 seniors, students, and disabled persons;
$7 BAM/PFA and NAATA members.

Advance tickets for festival programs at PFA are available at the PFA Theater box office and BAM admissions desk, and through PFA charge-by-phone, (510) 642-5249.

Screening Schedule

TUESDAY MARCH 15 7:30
"62 Years and 6500 Miles Between" Anita Chang (U.S./Taiwan, 2005) Anita Chang in Person!

Preceded by shorts:
Plane Maker (Yen-ni Wang, Taiwan, 2004).
Thunder Lannyang (Yu-ting Hsueh, China/Taiwan, 2004).

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Program Notes:

TUESDAY MARCH 15
7:30  62 Years and 6500 Miles Between Anita Chang (U.S./Taiwan, 2005) Anita Chang in Person! Asking her century-old grandmother what advice she has for young people, local filmmaker Anita Chang receives a simple reply:
"Politics!" Despite a third stroke and a century of struggle, "Democratic  Grandma" remains true to the ideals that earned her acclaim and a memorable nickname in Taiwan.
However, she also knows that progress exacts a price-a realization rendered vividly and with poignant candor in Chang's portrait of her headstrong amah. Tracing the parallel threads of her female relatives' stories, Chang (Imagining Place) uncovers revelations of political persecution while focusing on the struggle to  maintain-and sometimes resist-the bonds of filial traditions. A provocative meditation on history-making and the postcolonial condition, this dynamic documentary intimately depicts what it means to be a part of a  family, a nation, and a world in constant upheaval.-Michael Wilson * Written by Chang. Photographed by Chang, Gibbs Chapman. (52 mins, Color, 16mm)

Preceded by shorts:
Plane Maker (Yen-ni Wang, Taiwan, 2004). Musical Mr. Zhong folds the story of aviation into origami with his brand of Zen and the art of paper airplane maintenance. (11 mins, In Mandarin with English subtitles, Color, Video)
Thunder Lannyang (Yu-ting Hsueh, China/Taiwan, 2004). Musician Jin-tsai
Chuan describes the hardships of reviving the art of Taiwanese opera. (15 mins, In Taiwanese with English subtitles, Color/B&W, Video) * (Total running time: 78 mins)
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