Screenwriter Koji Sakai talks about his provocatively titled film, Chink, about an Asian American serial killer.
Hyphen was at the inaugural Talent Campus at this year's Tokyo FILMeX film festival to observe how young Asian filmmakers seek funding for their projects. What Asian American filmmakers can learn from them?
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Can't decide what to wear on Halloween? Hyphen shows you some Asian American movie icons to model after that'll solve your troubles (and give you some instant movie-geek cred).
A number of new films premiered at TIFF '11 and demonstrates the region to be home to many vibrant filmmaking communities now producing some of Asia's most original films.
Fish-chopping Asian ladies as a backdrop for luxury accomodations and exotic locales? Help us deconstruct this Conrad Hotels print campaign.
Hyphen speaks with Hong Kong auteur Tsui Hark about his latest film Detective Dee and his thoughts on a 3D future for Martial Arts films.
The country’s longest-running Asian American film festival, now in its 34th year, brings parched New York audiences a wealth of cinematic gems from Asia and Asian America. It kicks off Wednesday August 10 in NYC.
Read on for descriptions of the original short films in this year's program, and an interview with festival director Melissa Hung. Plus, get your discount code here!
A new documentary on the life of California-born star point guard Emily Tay explores love and basketball as a gay Burmese American woman.