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:
Friday October 8

Fog, directed by Kit Hui, starring Hong Kong-based American actor Terence Yin and Eugenia Yuan. Fog is a classic noir about a man (and a nation) trying to figure out who he really is. The main character, Wei, suffers from a rare form of amnesia and tries to piece together his past. The only problem is that not everyone around him is being totally truthful about it. Kit Hui’s directorial debut is visually stunning and example of the new generation of talented Hong Kong filmmakers. Hui keeps the tension high and never lets go until the end. This is a film that shouldn’t be missed. Approx. 89 minutes. — Koji Steven Sakai

Los Angeles Premiere + Q&A with Director Kit Hui!
The opening feature is preceded by Ming Lai's artful and touching short "Journey of a Paper Son." Director Ming Lai is an ID Film Fest alum whose short "Pawns of the King" previously screened in the 2009 edition.
Post screening reception to follow with Directors Kit Hui and Ming Lai.
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