Congratulations to this year’s Asians on Film Festival Winners 2013. From Friday, February 15, 2013 – Sunday, February 17, 2013, check out the exciting lineup of films at the Asians on Film Festival 2013 screening at J.E.T. Studios, 5126-30 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA. The awards will be given out on Saturday, February 16, 2013 @ 5:00pm. Check out the complete list of winners below.Best DramaModel Minority (Lily Mariye, Director)Best DocumentaryLost Years (Kenda Gee, Director)Best ActorChris Pang (Citizen Jia Li)Best ActressEugenia Yuan (Strangers)Best Supporting ActorRoni Mazumdar (9 Eleven)Best Supporting ActressElizabeth Sung (Anita Ho)Best Ensemble CastAnita Ho (Steve Myung, Director)Best DirectorLily Mariye (Model Minority)
SHORT FILMSBest DramaDumpling (Wesley Du)Best ComedyThe Gelephant (Jenn Liu)Best Action/AdventureSudden: Butterfly and the Dragon (James Boss)Best DocumentaryA Flicker In Eternity (Ann Kaneko & Sharon Yamato)Best AnimationCouch & Potatoes (Chris Lam & Eunsoo Jeong)Best ActorWon Lee (Dumpling)Best ActressJessika Van (Reunion)Best Supporting ActorHiro Kanagawa (Her Story)Best Supporting ActressEileen Soong (Born To Dance This Way)Best Ensemble CastReunion (Jason Z. Wong)Best DirectorWesley Du (Dumpling)Best CinematographyJunior Lucan & Alessandro Mattiolo (Vivian and Veronica)Best EditingVincent Tran (BBOY)Best Original ScoreTerry Chan (30 ½)
Check out this year’s exciting lineup:
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2013, 4:30PMLOWER 9: A STORY OF HOME (Matthew Hashiguchi)“Lower 9: A Story of Home” reveals the displaced culture and community of New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward through generations of memories that fill the abandoned homes, buildings and streets of the Lower Ninth Ward community.TULE LAKE (Michelle Ikemoto)Set in the winter of 1943 after martial law was imposed on the camp, “Tule Lake” is an animated short film about perseverance, based on the true story of one internee and her actions one night.A FLICKER IN...