New York Asian Film Festival
Rather than rest on their laurels, the film curators of Subway Cinema have booked another slate of risky and exciting titles for the New York Asian Film Festival.
It’s hard not to fall in love with the New York Asian Film Festival.
Subway Cinema, the festival’s programmers, pride themselves on screening the most inspired pop cinema you’ve probably never heard of. The festival hasn’t had a dull year yet, thanks to its mix of blockbuster hits like Hero, acclaimed Chinese director Zhang Yimou’s big-budget martial-arts epic, and fiercely independent films like Late Bloomer, a black-and-white neo-noir about a handicapped serial killer.(1)