Kicking off the month, "Tule Lake" will be showing on its home turf in the Bay Area for 2013 APAture: A Window into the Art of Emerging Asian Pacific American Artists held at multiple venues in San Francisco and Oakland, all month long (4-26 October 2013).
APAture returns to the Bay Area to present the brightest emerging Asian Pacific American talent in a month-long multidisciplinary arts festival.
Date: Friday, 4 October 2013
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: The New Parkway, Oakland, CA [Buy Tickets]
"Join us for an evening of live and animated film shorts by a new breed of independent filmmakers. Screenings will be followed by audience Q+A."
"Tule Lake's" Washington state premiere will be the following week at the Social Justice Film Festival, held at various theaters in the Seattle area (10-13 October 2013).
Location: Schedule TBA
The Seattle Social Justice Film Festival is back! Films will cover all apects of social justice but, in conjunction with our lead sponsor, Books to Prisoners, this year's special festival focus will be on issues related to Prisoner Justice. The rest of the festival program includes an array of new films on women's rights, political dissent, prisoner justice, LGBT issues, homelessness, health care, marginalized populations, indigenous rights, environmental degradation, alternative economic models, and more.
Our film has also been selected as a finalist at the SoDak Animation Festival in Brookings, SD, which will be running from 17-19 October 2013.
|Date: Friday, October 18|
Time: 6:15 PM
Showing: Shorts Block 2 [$5 or FREE with SDSU ID]
Location: Performing Arts Center, South Dakota State University
The SoDak Animation Festival is the result of animators, artists, and faculty, staff and students coming together to celebrate that ultimate art form that is animation. This year's jurors include Ryan Woodward, Patrick Smith, and Corrie Parks.
That same week, "Tule Lake" will be returning to Manhattan for the 2013 International Film Festival Manhattan (17-20 October 2013), screening films at the Anthology Film Archives
|Date: Saturday, 19 October 2013|
Screening: IFFM 2013 "Program #7" [Buy Tickets]
Location: Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave (at 2nd St), New York, NY 10003
IFFM is committed in showcasing entertaining and diverse films in all genres and scope to equal the diversity of New York. It is also committed in exploring all opportunities to promote the artists, his work, his vision, and his cause if he has any, during the showing of the films and the events during the festival.
The following week, we'll be screening at the 5th Annual Boston Asian American Film Festival (24-27 October 2013)
|Date: Friday, October 25, 2013
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: The Brattle Theater, 40 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA
Bright Family Screening Room, 559 Washington ST, Boston, MA
The Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF) empowers Asian Americans through film by showcasing Asian American experiences and serving as a resource to filmmakers and the Greater Boston Community.