Screenings (2006-2007)

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44th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival

– Opening Night Presentation –
November 23, 2007

Hollywood Chinese is the first documentary ever to have been selected to open the Golden Horse Film Festival. This unprecedented screening takes place November 23, along with the other opening night film, Tso-Chi Chang’s Butterfly. Filmmaker Arthur Dong will be in attendance.

AFI Fest 2007

– Special Presentation –
November 7, 2007
Arclight Theaters, 6:45pm
6360 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles

In attendance: filmmaker Arthur Dong; cast members Nancy Kwan, Amy Tan, Justin Lin, Lisa Lu, James Hong, Tsai Chin, Mai Lon Gittlesohn & Marcella Wong-Yasuhiro (daughters of Violet Wong, star of the 1916 film, The Curse of Quon Gwon), and James Leong, Jr. (son of James B. Leong, producer/writer of the 1921 film, Lotus Blossom). Post screening discussion moderated by Randy Haberkamp, Director of Education and Special Events, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (affiliation listed for informational purposes only).

Vancouver International Film Festival

– Special Presentation –
September 27-October 12, 2007

Toronto International Film Festival

September 6-15, 2007

San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival

March 18, 2007

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Oakland, California

March 24, 2007
The Oakland Museum of California, 2pm

A special presentation of the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, this is a rare opportunity to see all surviving thirty-five minutes of this landmark Chinese American film recently selected by the Library of Congress for the National Film Registry. Made by Oakland filmmaker Marion Wong in 1916, “Curse” is the earliest known Asian American film. A panel discussion follows with family members of the original cast and local historians. Live music will accompany the screening. For more information, please call (510) 238-2200.

Los Angeles, California

March 29, 2007
Linwood Dunn Theater
1313 N. Vine St., 7:30pm

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is pleased to present the results of the latest preservation efforts by the Academy Film Archive: two recently rediscovered films that were thought to be lost, THE CURSE OF QUON GWON and HER WILD OAT. For more information, please call (310) 247-3600.