The 2009 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) ended its run last night. I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m so bloated if I see another Asian
movie this week I think I’ll J-Pop! Until San Francisco’s next film fest, I’ll be consoling myself with March Madness and Paul Rudd movies.

Here’s a roundup of our SFIAAFF coverage:

Rita Reviews:
White On Rice
The Speed Of Life
Patsy Mink — Ahead of the Majority

Mihi Works The Panels:
From Sucker Free City to Watchmen
Multiracial Multimedia

Wendy Watches:
High Noon
Heaven on Earth

Beth and Anthony Brave:
The Opening Night Gala

My reviews:
My Dear Enemy
And my interview with spotlight director: Kiyoshi Kurosawa on his new film, Tokyo Sonata

Thanks for sticking around,
everyone. We had a great time covering the festival and can’t wait for
next year

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