Asian CineVision, the excellent organization behind the Asian American International Film Festival in New York City, is kicking off the new year with a Charitybuzz auction featuring some awesome items from Asian American media/entertainment/art icons Janet Yang, David Henry Hwang, and Lia Chang. Bid on some very cool opportunities for a great cause. Here's some more information on what you're bidding on:
ONE-HOUR PRIVATE MEETING WITH SUPER PRODUCER JANET YANGThe auction ends on Thursday, January 23. To learn more and place a bid for each item, go to Charitybuzz.
Are you looking to get insights to the movie business as an executive or cracking the burgeoning China film market? This is your chance! The first to introduce the Chinese cinema to US and American to China, producer Janet Yang has been named one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in Hollywood" by The Hollywood Reporter. Her award-winning film credits include THE JOY LUCK CLUB, DARK MATTER, and most recently, SHANGHAI CALLING (AAIFF'12 Opening Film).
MEET DAVID HENRY HWANG AND VISIT BACKSTAGE OF HWANG'S NEW PLAY ABOUT BRUCE LEE
Win two tickets to meet the Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang and visit backstage with cast of at preview of KUNG FU! The upcoming new play, KUNG FU, is an exhilarating portrait of international icon Bruce Lee's journey from troubled Hong Kong youth to martial arts legend. Blending dance, Chinese opera, martial arts and drama into a bold new theatrical form, KUNG FU follows Lee in America as he struggles to prove himself as a fighter, a husband, a father, and a man.
HAVE AWARD-WINNING PHOTO-JOURNALIST LIA CHANG DOCUMENT YOUR EVENT/PERFORMANCE
Would you like the acclaimed photo-journalist Lia Chang to document your party, special event, rehearsal or performance (for up to 4 hours)? Lia is an actor, an award-winning multi-platform journalist, and an internationally published and exhibited photographer, who specializes in performance photography, events and candid portraiture. Her photographs have appeared in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Women's Wear Daily, The Paris Review, American Theatre, New York Magazine and Playbill.com. The Library of Congress has created The Lia Chang APA Theater Portfolio in the Asian Pacific American Performing Arts Collection.