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:
 
 
ABOUT IDFF
A program of the Japanese American National Museum, ID Film Fest was founded in 2008 by filmmakers Koji Steven Sakai and Quentin Lee to screen compelling Asian and Asian American works that have not yet had a chance to show in Los Angeles.
 
In its third year of running, ID Film Fest is a festival by filmmakers and for filmmakers who create Asian American content and/or of Asian descent.
 
Participated filmmakers have included Michael Aki, Merilyn M. Bilas, Ching Long, Vincent Chui, Chu Ka Yat, Michael Frank, Tony Huang, Ann Kaneko, Ming Lai, Christina Aujean Lee, Chris Chan Lee, Johnson Lee, Justin Lin, Wee Li Lin, Ling Woo Liu, Derek Loo, Eric Nakamura, Tad Nakamura, Kim Noonan, Ken Ochiai, Margaret Rhee, Neal Sickles, Suilma Rodriguez, Rea Tajiri, Jason Tobin, Jessey Tsang, and Aldo Velasco.
 
View past editions of our festival: 2008, 2009 (some web links may be outdated)
 
Check out the Classs of 1997 Asian American New Ave Reunion Rround Table video from last year's edition with Michael Aki, Chris Chan Lee, Quentin Lee, Justin Lin, Eric Nakamura and Rea Tajiri, moderated by Martin Wong of Giant Robot Magazine:
 
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