Asian American International Film Festival Presents: HIDDEN HISTORIES & THE POWER OF NARRATIVE FILM

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AAIFF is the first and longest running festival in the country devoted to films by and about Asians and Asian Americans.  This year, AAIFF will run from July 21 through July 30, 2016.  Please visit for more information. 

HIDDEN HISTORIES & THE POWER OF NARRATIVE FILM: TELLING THE STORY OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION AND BEYOND (Shorts Program + Panel) | 1:30pm, Sat., July 23 | Village East Cinema, 181-189 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10003


This short film program explores our tragic history of Japanese American internment camps during World War II.  Some highlights include THE ORANGE STORY, the story of an elderly Japanese American who must sell all his belongings and report to an “assembly center” for internment assignment, and A SONG FOR MANZANAR, a true story about a young mother who tries to keep her young son hopeful in the Manzanar internment camp while trying to communicate with her sister who still lives in Hiroshima.