WHERE? All events of IDFF will take place at downtown Los Angeles' National Center for the Preservation of Democracy, 111 N. Central Ave. Click here to download directions.
HOW MUCH? $10 per program. $30 for a VIP Pass With Access to All Programs. $5 for Japanese American National Museum Members. 
PUBLICITY INQUIRIES: David Magdael & Associates
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A program of JANM:
IDFF 2010 Trailer
The trailer is shot, edited and directed by IDFF 2010's filmmaker Kevyn Fong whose "Beauty Brawl" is playing in the Queer and Sexy program.
IDFF Full Schedule at a Glance
Fog, directed by Kit Hui, starring Hong Kong-based American actor Terence Yin and Eugenia Yuan. Director Kit Hui will present the Los Angeles premiere of her moody and artful debut feature. Ming Lai's "Journey of a Paper Son" will precede the feature. A reception will follow the screening in honor of directors Kit Hui and Ming Lai.
Saturday 10/09 10:30 — 5PM
First year in its inception, Asian American Independent Feature Conference (AAIFC) offers 30 inivited filmmakers to network and meet with industry professionals to help conceive and advance their feature projects. This event is not open to public.
Saturday 10/09 6PM
Combination Platter delivers an eclectic selection of short films that promises to make you laugh and think. Bay Area-based journalist Kerwin Berk will world premiere his Japanese-American themed short film "The Virtues of Corned Beef Hash"!
Saturday 10/09 8PM
Queer & Sexy presents a rare and edgy collection of queer and sexy shorts. Buckle down for a fun and fierce ride down the rainbow!
Saturday 10/09 10PM CENTERPIECE
Air Doll , directed by Hirokazu Koreeda, is acclaimed Japanese director Koreeda's magical realist Cannes entry about a life-size blow-up doll developing a soul and falling in love with a video store clerk.
Sunday 10/10 12PM
Filmmaker's Crash Course Session is a series of 15 minute intense workshops from experts in various areas of the artistry and business of filmmaking. TRAFFIC ALERT downtown street closures!
Sunday 10/10 2PM
The API TV Pilot Shootout & Battle of the Pitches. Shootout is a multi-layered competition designed to assist writers,actors,directors, and crewin advancing their careers. The writer with the winning TV pilot will win the opportunity to pitch to a FOX TV executive. Battle is a live screenwriting competition where the winner will receive the opportunity to pitch executives at FOX 2000 and FOX Searchlight. Sponsored by FOX Diversity and Final Draft. TRAFFIC ALERT downtown street closures!
Sunday 10/10 4PM — 5PM
Closing Reception
Sunday 10/10 5PM CLOSING FILM
The Things We Carry, directed by Ian McCrudden, is a moving drama about two siblings dealing with their drug addicted mother's death. This Lobit sisters production features a stellar performance by writer/actress Alyssa Lobit. Jessica Sison's short "Kuna ni Nanag" will precede the feature.
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