Grace Lee Project Opens in New York

December 15, 2005

Here are the details:
Two weeks only! Dec 14-27
Film Forum
209 W. Houston St., NYC
Screens Daily at 1:15, 3:15, 6;00, 8:15, 10:00
Get yer tickets here.

Grace will also be there in person Friday (tomorrow) for a Q&A after the 8 pm screening

  • So it's Thursday and I'm just getting around to reading my Sunday paper.... (if I haven't read it, it's news to me, right?) Here's a story in the NY Times about Vietnamese priests. Even though Asian Americans make up a tiny number of Catholics (1%), they are 12% of seminarians (and mostly Vietnamese American). The story is written by Neela Banerjee, not to be confused with OUR Neela Banerjee here at Hyphen. Hmm, how many Neela Banerjees are out there? Enough for a Neela Banerjee Project?
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    Thanks for the plug! The film is still playing in NYC until Dec 27. WE had a decent opening weekend, but now that the transit strike is on, I'm sure the box office will be affected. I encourage Hyphen readers to come on down, support Asian American and independent cinema -- not to mention a great movie house!