closing night at the dc apa film festival

For those of you in Washington D.C., this is the last day of the 9th annual DC APA Film Festival. Don't miss your chance to see what's happening in the world of Asian and Asian American cinema, and support the nonprofit independent arts in your city. It's about the community.

The program includes the Korean documentary The House of Sharing, a look at the women in a communal home for aging "comfort women"; the D.C. premiere of Tony Lam's Vincent Who?, an examination of the impact of the Vincent Chin murder, twenty-five years later; and the Closing Night film presentation of Derek Shimoda's The Killing of a Chinese Cookie, a humorous documentary on everybody's favorite post-Chinese food dining ritual.

Tickets are still on sale for Closing Night online. Your ticket includes the film screening, Q&A with director, and the post-screening reception with free food and drinks at Civilian Art Projects. All attendees will receive a free gift from Harris Teeter and be entered into a raffle for a pair of Caps tickets and other great prizes.

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