10th annual san diego asian film festival: official lineup

Check it out, and mark your calendars. The 10th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival, happening October 15-29, has announced its official lineup of films. Like every year, it's a solid list of great narrative features, documentaries, shorts and animation, all showcasing the best of Asian and Asian American cinema.

It's still two months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start making plans now. If you can appreciate all that is fun and great about Asian and Asian American cinema, this is the event for you. 2009 All-Fest passes, as well as 10-pack and 4-pack tickets, are on sale now.

This is your chance to see films like Annabel Park and Eric Byler's 9500 Liberty, Jeff Mizushima's Etienne!, H.P. Mendoza's Fruit Fly, Tze Chun's Children of Invention, Wilson Yip's Ip Man, Quentin Lee's The People I've Slept With, David Boyle's White on Rice and a truckload of other great films.

This year, the festival extends to two whole weeks. That's a lot of festival. So if you're thinking about coming out to San Diego, even from far away, why not make a whole trip out of it? Films, food, people, parties -- it's all in San Diego.

I've been going to this festival for several years, and it's easily one of my favorites -- the SDAFF staff always put on a fun, fantastic event, and I look forward to it every year. It's all still coming together, but for more details, go here.

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