Film

Asian American Athletes, and the Craze that Swept the World
Christian Ting
January 30, 2018
Recently, the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, in partnership with AARP, along with help from partnering organization Kundiman, unveiled a digital exhibition entitled "A Day in the Queer Life of Asian Pacific America." The digital exhibition is comprised of five different components — two of which have already been partially released.
Kelley Still
June 21, 2019
On May 29, Netflix released its latest original, Always Be My Maybe, which stars comedic forces Ali Wong and Randall Park. The romantic comedy features Wong as a celebrity chef and Park as her childhood sweetheart, whom she reunites with after many years. Hyphen was thrilled to get a chance to speak with the stars about their writing process and about being Asian American in the entertainment industry.
Kelley Still
June 10, 2019
Kelley Still
February 27, 2019
Hyphen staff share some of their favorite Asian American movies, books, cultural moments, and more.
Karissa Chen
December 31, 2018
Wong Fu Production's latest short features the production company's first lead LGBTQ characters. We sat down with Alice Tsui, one of the lead actresses, and asked her a few questions.  
Kelley Still
December 6, 2018
"What I’m hoping is that in 10 years, people will look back on the so-called progressiveness of our movie and think, 'What exactly was it doing that was so special?'"
Karissa Chen
September 19, 2018
The Division of Social Sciences has some concerns for these Crazy Rich Asians.
Clara Tokunaga
August 22, 2018
Creator Shruti Saran and Star Nikita Redkar Talk About Their New YouTube Series
Christian Ting
May 16, 2018

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