Myx TV announces tie-up with LA Asian Pacific Film Festival
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SAN FRANCISCO, California–Myx TV announces its partnership with the 29th edition of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) presented by Visual Communications that runs from May 2-12 at the Directors Guild of America, CGV Cinemas in Koreatown, the Tateuchi Democracy Forum in Little Tokyo.
The festival kicks off with the Los Angeles Premiere of “Linsanity,” the 2013 Sundance Film Festival hit that follows the inspirational journey of NBA player Jeremy Lin. Highlight films include titles like “Jake Shimabukuru: Life On Four Strings,” “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?,” “Key Of Life” and other notable titles from some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals.
Also featured are new media, web-based adaptations of plays, panel discussions with women of film and the creative advocacy behind and the historic Art Theatre of Long Beach. Over 140 films from Asian Pacific American and Asian international filmmakers will be screened for Asian Pacific American Heritage month. Project Catalyst makes the festival’s 29th edition a remarkable pit stop of the best of film this year.
“Myx TV is proud to support Asian and Asian Pacific American film and the creative vision of their filmmakers,” says Miguel Santos, general manager for Myx TV. “As we celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are thrilled to help showcase these movies for mainstream American audiences to enjoy.”
For more information on screening schedules and for ticket purchase, visit www.vconline.org/festival.
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