AAIFF Screenplay Reading: The Chinese Delivery Man, August 1

If you're in New York, check out this special table read of Isaac Ho's The Chinese Delivery Man, winner of the 2013 Asian American International Screenplay Competition, co-hosted by Asian American Film Lab, Asian CineVision and the A/P/A Institute at New York University. It's happening Thursday, August 1 at NYU.

Chosen by jurors from over thirty scripts submitted to the competition this year, The Chinese Delivery Man is inspired by the true life murders of Chinese delivery men in New York City. The reading will be conducted in an "Unfinished Works" style, which will allow the audience to participate directly in the creative process.

Here are some more details about the event:

Screenplay Reading

Thursday, August 1

Asia/Pacific/America Institute at NYU
8 Washington Mews, New York NY 10003

Asian American International Film Festival is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2013 Asian American International Screenplay Competition is Isaac Ho's new screenplay THE CHINESE DELIVERY MAN out of 43 feature and short screenplay submissions. The screenplay is inspired by the true-life murders of Chinese deliverymen in New York City and is a realistic depiction of immigration experiences. Mr. Ho holds an MFA degree at UCLA and BFA degree at NYU.
For further information about the reading, go to the AAIFF website.

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