IMAGE MOVERS: Film Festival
Asian American Studies Center 50th Anniversary

This year marks the UCLA Asian American Studies Center's 50th anniversary. To continue our series of celebratory events, we are excited to host Image Movers, a three-weekend film festival featuring powerful imagery and poignant commentary about some of the most meaningful issues facing our AAPI communities. Each program features films organized around central themes. After each screening, audiences will hear from Asian American and Pacific Islander filmmakers and actors speaking to their creative journeys, as well as from scholars, artists, and community leaders on the meaning of these themes in today's world.


For sponsorship opportunities, please contact lgadia@aasc.ucla.edu.



Presented by UCLA Asian American Studies Center, Center for Ethnocommunications, Film and Television Archive, Melnitz Movies. In collaboration with Visual Communications, Film Quarterly, and UCLA Asian American Studies Department.




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RECEPTIONS


Opening Reception


Friday, March 6 | 10:00pm - 12:00am (follows the AAPI Activism + Documenting The Community program with PBS's "Asian Americans" at Billy Wilder Theater)


Napa Valley Grille

1100 Glendon Avenue, #100, Los Angeles, CA 90024 (across from Billy Wilder Theater)


Refreshments included. Cash bar available.



Closing Reception


Friday, March 20 | 10:00pm - 12:00am (follows the UCLA Alumni 365 program with
ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE at Billy Wilder Theater)


Napa Valley Grille

1100 Glendon Avenue, #100, Los Angeles, CA 90024 (across from Billy Wilder Theater)


Refreshments and one drink ticket included. Cash bar also available.