Truth and Movies

John Cho

A young girl voyages into outer space in the Over the Moon trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latest film from Pearl Studio and celebrated animator Glen Keane arrives on Netflix this year.

Columbus

By Hannah Woodhead

This absorbing debut feature from video essayist Kogonada explores the relationship between people and spaces.

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Searching

By David Jenkins

A father uses technology to find his missing daughter in the latest ‘screenlife’ thriller.

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Hollywood’s lack of Asian-American representation, and how to fix it

By Greg Noone

The hosts of the Asian Oscar Bait podcast discuss the need for greater diversity on screen.

Is this the most important positive representation of Asian-Americans?

By Kelley Dong

The core message of Justin Lin’s 2002 film Better Luck Tomorrow is more vital today than ever before.

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