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Samantha Futerman Talks Twinsters and Surfing – Coffee Break with Minji Chang

Samantha Futerman visits us for a Coffee Break to chat about her new project, the Kindred Foundation for Adoption, as well as what life’s been like since finding her twin sister. Sam also shares about how she got into acting and her newfound surfing hobby. Find out more about “Twinsters” at http://twinstersmovie.com and Kindred Foundation at http://www.kindredadoption.org/ Credits: Producers: […]

April 15, 2016 • by Marvin Yueh

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Angie Kim on Spa Night and Chasing Her Acting Dreams – Coffee Break with Minji Chang

We finish our series of interviews with the cast and  crew of “Spa Night” with Angie Kim, who was also in 2015’s K-Town Cowboys. Angie shares her experiences of watching the film for the first time at Sundance as well as what drives her to pursue her acting career. Can you guess who her acting […]

April 13, 2016 • by Marvin Yueh

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A Chat with Joe Seo on his Sundance Breakthrough Performance – Coffee Break with Minji Chang

Joe Seo is having a great year. Besides making his feature film lead debut in Andrew Ahn’s Spa Night, he was also awarded the 2016 Sundance Special Jury Award for Best Breakthrough Performance! Minji Chang sits down with Joe for a Coffee Break to chat about the film and his Sundance experience. Find out more about […]

April 8, 2016 • by Marvin Yueh


Cementing and Defining Legacies at CAAMFest 2016

The 34th annual CAAMFest (formerly the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival) was held in San Francisco and Oakland from March 10-20. Though attendees may have left with different impressions following the full program of screenings, panels, and events, I believe the common thread linking the attendees’ experiences was CAAMFest’s exploration of the power […]

April 5, 2016 • by Lauren Lola


Director Andrew Ahn on the Making of Sundance Hit, “Spa Night”

Director Andrew Ahn’s debut feature-length film, “Spa Night,” goes head first into exploring identity issues, family commitments and personal desires. The Koreatown-centered drama follows an immigrant family who, after being forced to shut down their restaurant, must find other ways of bringing in money. “David, the son of the family, takes a job at a […]

April 1, 2016 • by Lauren Lola