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IN REMEMBRANCE
On the 5th anniversary of 9/11, we should remember Asian Pacific American heroes and victims such as
Betty Ong.

BEN FRANKLIN'S WORDS
"They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security." (
Ben Franklin)

MYOPIA OF HINDSIGHT IN WAR STORIES
Pardoning World War I deserters, then, is as empty a gesture as retrospectively condemning World War II conscripts. Harry Farr and Günter Grass were simply two tiny cogs in the monstrous mincing machines of total war. That is why the real question children should ask of veterans is not "What did you do in the war, Daddy?" but "What did the war do to you?"
For more info, click
HERE.

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
Those who have loudly supported our troops in Iraq adamantly insist that the Marines were following the rules of engagement in Haditha. Those who have just as loudly opposed the war for its content of horror boil with outrage over what they see as the final dissolution of the American dream: a nation of righteous heroes gone suddenly mean.
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HERE.

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APA & MEDIA NEWS
M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN/MARGARET CHO JUDGES IN CONTEST

M. Night Shyamalan and Margaret Cho are some of the judges of Current TV's contest, in partnership with the Third Millennium Foundation, of short form (3-5 minute) non-fiction videos that explore the
theme of tolerance, which may include topics such as racism, sexism, homophobia, or issues related to class, disability, age or religion. Deadline: Oct. 2, 2006
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GONG LI ENTERS HOLLYWOOD FAST LANE
After more than a decade as a superstar of Chinese cinema, Gong Li finally has come to Hollywood through her appearances in Miami Vice, Memoirs of a Geisha and Young Hannibal - along with her many Chinese films past, present and future.
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USC'S BRANDON TING HAS POSITIVE DRUG TEST
Brandon Ting, a USC back-up defensive back & special team player, has tested positive for steroids.
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J&J PROJECT
Jackie Chan and Jet Li, two of the most recognized international martial-art stars, have talked about doing a movie together for almost a decade or longer. There are many problems involved in creating a Chan / Li project, such as how to balance their different fighting styles, will they be allies or foes, and if they have to fight each other, who should win in the end.
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NICHOLAS CAGE'S REMAKE OF "BANGKOK DANGEROUS"
A Time to Kill is a remake of Pang Brothers' Bangkok Dangerous, the remake may share the same title with the original. Nicolas Cage's Saturn Films brought the remake rights of the original Thai production. "Cage will play a cold-blooded hit man who heads to Bangkok to pull off four jobs, and winds up falling in love with a local girl and bonding with his errand boy."
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SHELLY HWANG'S "PINKBERRY"
It's a feel-good story about an ambitious 32-year-old Korean woman whose small business (Pinkberry) has become successful beyond all reasonable expectations. And it's a feel-bad story about a sleepy neighborhood attacked, out of nowhere, by an army of frozen-yogurt fiends.
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CHINA'S FINEST EXPORTS WANTED - AND NEEDED
Ever since Bruce Lee, Asian superstars have attempted to tackle the American market. Most — from Jackie Chan to Jet Li to the stunning Zhang Ziyi — have martial arts backgrounds or have worked in martial arts films. Now comes Gong Li, the most acclaimed dramatic actress of her generation but one who doesn't rely on physical pyrotechnics to dazzle.
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DAVID HO - CA. HALL OF FAME HONOREE
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver unveiled the first honorees for a new California Hall of Fame. The honorees include 11 Californians (including David Ho) and two prominent California families, the Hearsts and the Packards, who were deemed "trailblazers and legends" that started from nothing and who changed the world.
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SANDRA OH IN ROBIN WILLIIAM'S "THE NIGHT LISTENER"
"The Night Listener," (that stars Robin Williams and includes Sandra Oh) an intriguing adaptation of the 2000 Armistead Maupin novel, concerns voices and fabulations and lies, some more sinister than others.
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"ENTER THE DRAGON" @ FANTASY/HORROR/SCI-FI FESTIVAL
"Enter the Dragon is the opening picture of the Fantasy, Horror and Science Fiction Festival.
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DEFINITION OF "YELLOW PERIL"
Yellow peril (sometimes Yellow Terror) was a phrase that originated in the late 19th century with greater immigration of Chinese and Japanese laborers to various Western countries, notably the United States described the fear that the mass immigration of Asians threatened white wages, standards of living and indeed, civilization itself.
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ESSENSE OF "YELLOW PERIL"
The essence of the "Yellow Peril" was a conspiracy theory holding that the Japanese emperor intended to invade the Pacific Coast, and that he was sending these immigrants to American shores as shock troops to prepare the way for just such a military action
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NELL FREUDENBERGER'S "THE DISSIDENT" (TALE OF A CHINESE ARTIST)
For the 31-year-old Nell Freudenberger, this narrative of travel and transformation was what ultimately pulled together her ambitious novel "The Dissident," a 448-page tale of a Chinese artist and political activist who spends a year living with a Beverly Hills family, at one point copying Zhao Cangyun's scroll.
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MIAN SITU'S PICTURE OF ASIA'S "NUMBERLESS MILLIONS"
For six years now, Situ has painted historical scenes of the Chinese immigrants who came to California more than a century ago — the people California Gov. Leland Stanford in 1862 labeled "the dregs" of Asia's "numberless millions." In Situ's portrayals, these newcomers lay railroad tracks, peddle toys in San Francisco's old Chinatown, labor in laundries and gaze ashore from eastbound ships,approaching California for the first time.
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WILL SMITH IN BOLLYWOOD
Overbrook Entertainment, the company created by Mr. Smith and his business partner, James Lassiter, announced it was working with UTV, a television and film concern run by the entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala. The two have agreed to produce two movies, neither of which will star the popular Mr. Smith.
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ANDREW YOUNG'S WORDS
"They (Wal-Mart) ran the `mom and pop' stores out of my neighborhood," and continuing, "but you see those are the people who have been overcharging us—selling us stale bread, and bad meat and wilted vegetables. And they sold out and moved to Florida. I think they've ripped off our communities enough. First it was the Jews, then it was the Koreans and now it's the Arabs, very few black people own these…'mom and pop' italicization added, stores."
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SURVIVOR'S "DIVERSITY
Race will matter on the upcoming season of the CBS show as contestants will be divided into four tribes by ethnicity. That means blacks, whites, Latinos and Asians in separate groups.
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LELAND WONG ACCUSED OF BRIBERY
Wong was accused by the Los Angeles County Grand Jury of accepting $100,000 in bribes from Ren-Gung Shyu, executive vice president of Taipei-based Evergreen Marine Corp., to get the giant Taiwanese shipping line more space at the Port of Los Angeles. Shyu, whose testimony remains under seal, was not accused of a crime.
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WOMEN OF COLOR ARE HOT IN BED
Every woman of color is hot in bed. Ask any white guy, they'll tell you. Latinas are hot in bed. Asian women are hot in bed. Black women are hot in bed. The fact is — yeah, we all are. But that's not all that we are. Women of color dating white men seem to eternally be the teacher in the relationship, one of the biggest turnoffs to their hotness in bed.
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LAP SHUN "JOHN" HUI OFFERS TO BUY GATEWAY
Lap Shun "John" Hui offered to buy Gateway's retail operations for $450 million or to negotiate a deal for the entire company. Gateway shares, already bolstered by news of the new investor group, rose 23 cents, or 13%, Wednesday to $1.95. That values the company at $725.3 million.
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LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS ACCUSED OF ABUSING GIRLFRIEND
"La Bamba" star Lou Diamond Phillips was arrested on suspicion of physically abusing his live-in girlfriend. Police were called to the 44-year-old actor's home in the 8800 block of Shoshone Avenue in Northridge around 1:30 a.m., said LAPD spokeswoman Martha Garcia.
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INDRA NOOYI - CEO OF PEPSI
Indra Nooyi is one of the few minority women CEOs to lead a Fortune 500 company.
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YVONNE ELLIMAN & OTHERS IN "JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR" FUND-RAISING CONCERT
Ted Neeley joined Yvonne Elliman and Barry Dennen (the film and original Broadway show's Mary Magdalene and Pontius Pilate) - along with Jack Black, Clint Holmes and Ben Vereen) in a benefit concert (for "YouTHeatre America,")version of "Superstar" at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre in Hollywood.
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DISPERSON OF NEW MINORITIES
Immigrants have settled into a broad array of American communities over the last five years, bringing unprecedented ethnic diversity to the nation as a whole, new census data shows. The half-decade since 2000 has brought gradual and predictable ethnic changes to California, where of 35 million residents, a third are Latino, and where Asians outnumber African Americans more than 2 to 1.
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BUDDHIST CONGREGATION SUES GARDEN GROVE
A Vietnamese Buddhist congregation of Quan Am Temple sued (via the ACLU) Garden Grove for the right to worship at the site of a former medical building saying city leaders had unfairly barred it from holding services and from building a temple on the property.
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RUSH HOUR 3: TUCKER=$20M+20% / JACKIE=$15M+15%
Tucker will earn $20 million against 20% of gross along with a second-picture commitment for the same salary on a film to be determined later. Chan will get around $15 million against 15% of gross and own distribution rights in China and Hong Kong.
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2ND HIGHEST HOUSING GROWTH IN CALIFORNIA
California had the second-highest increase in the number of housing units of any state last year (2005), adding 181,997 new dwellings. The data underscore population shifts as people increasingly move west and to Sunbelt states. Florida had the most new homes built, and Texas was third in the most recent reporting year, from July 2004 to July 2005.
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PETER LORRE AS "MR. MOTO"
During the era of racial inequality, Hollywood rarely cast nonwhite actors in lead roles, as witnessed by Swedish actor Warner Oland playing Charlie Chan and Austrian-born Paul Muni and German Luise Rainer playing Chinese peasants in "The Good Earth." Lorre doesn't present a racist portrayal.
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DUNCAN WONG - A YOGA ROCK STAR
Duncan Wong Wong, 38, a former street tough who sports a nose ring and gangster tattoos alongside the Buddha eye on his arm, talks with the bravado of a rap star — all in the name of enlightenment. "I'm into name, game, claim and fame," said the Asia-based master of yoga-martial arts fusion. "I'm going for the world, no mistake about that, but not for oneself alone. It's for others. The key is service."
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JAPANESE WOMEN BY JAPANESE WOMEN
Students of Japanese literature talk about the "I-novel," the thinly veiled autobiography that has been a dominant form among fiction writers since the early 20th century. These eight intensely personal stories are part of that tradition but share a casual candor that creates an even deeper bond of intimacy — albeit an ambiguous one — between reader and author.
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MICHAEL LEE-CHIN
A Chinese-Jamaican leaves his dirt-poor, fatherless roots behind to build a $2-billion empire and give away $30 million in cash to charity. Everyone loves the Michael Lee-Chin story.
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TONY JAA TURNS DOWN RUSH HOUR 3
Brett Ratner had mentioned recently in interviews that he would love to have Tony Jaa in "Rush Hour 3." Unfortunately, due to scheduling conflicts, they had to turn it down. Jaa will be extremely busy starring in and directing (his first project as helmer) the sequel to "Ong Bak" around the same time. He said he would love to work with Ratner in future projects. Note: Tony Jaa's reissue of "The Protector" will be seen in September 2006 on Weinstein's Dragon Dynasty label.
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BRIAN VILORIA
For Viloria, a Hawaiian who spent some of his young life in the Philippines and who may be among the world's better athletes — pound for pound, as they say in boxing — the defeat was no small trauma. Nor was it the end of a roller-coaster ride he has been on for the last 15 months.
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JACKIE CHAN/BRETT RATNER SUPPORT CHRYSALIS
Jackie Chan presented a check for $100,000 to (w/Chrysalis event chairman Rebecca Gayheart, Chrysalis board member Brett Ratner and Chrysalis president/CEO CEO Adlai Wertman
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L.A. TIMES' MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The list includes Siu-Man Chiu (L.A. County health specialist), Frank Jao (Chairman and CEO, Bridgecreek Group) and Dominic Ng (Chairman, East West Bank).
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LADDY "TAMMY" DUCKWORTH
Tammy Duckworth (Thai/American Iraq War Hero), Democratic candidate for Congress, cannot escape the catastrophic wounds she suffered as an Army helicopter pilot in Iraq. And, for the purposes of her candidacy, she does not want to. For better or worse, her injuries are her signature, her motivator and, she hopes, her ticket into the consciousness of voters in the Illinois 6th District.
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WAL-MART IN CHINA
Wal-Mart is looking to expand outside the US. Wal-Mart plans to hire an extra 150,000 staff in China over the next five years as it boosts its presence in the fast-growing retail market. The US firm - the world's largest retailer - currently has 56 stores in China and plans to open a further 20 over the next year. (Additional info on Wal-Mart - an empire built on bargains remakes the working world Wal-Mart is so powerful that it moves the economies of entire countries, bringing profit and pain. The prices can't be beat, but the wages can - can be found HERE.)
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KIM SISTERS - TALENTED MUSICAL SIBLINGS
Imagine a Korean sister act capturing the heart of American pop culture by singing "You Ain't Nothing But a Hound Dog". It may sound far-fetched today, but that's exactly what America was seeing on the Ed Sullivan show in 1959.
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EX-FBI AGENT (DENISE WOO) IS FINED
A former FBI agent (Denise K. Woo) who disclosed confidential information in connection with a Chinese spying investigation will be sentenced to probation and a $1,000 fine as the result of pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count, a Los Angeles judge (U.S. District Judge Gary Klausner) stated.
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ALL IMMIGRANTS HAVE TO REGISTER
Aug. 28, 1940: To comply with the Alien Registration Act, Los Angeles begins to register its estimated 125,000 foreign-born residents at its processing headquarters in San Pedro. Against the backdrop of war in Europe, the new law required all foreign-born residents over 14 to state their occupation, political beliefs and personal status, the newspaper said. It also forbade anyone from advocating the overthrow of the government. A fine of $1,000 and six months imprisonment was the penalty for failure to register.
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GARDENS IN CHINESE ART
When is a garden not a garden? When it's a Chinese garden, and every bamboo and plum blossom, every craggy rock and pool of water takes on metaphysical meanings that are to be "read" by the cognoscenti. This becomes especially evident when the garden and its elements are depicted in art, as in the Huntington exhibition "Chrysanthemums on the Eastern Hedge: Gardens and Plants in Chinese Art."
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XIAN ZHANG - FAST-RISING CONDUCTOR
Associate Conductor of the New York Philharmonic, Xian Zhang is a rapidly rising star. Gaining attention after winning First Prize at the 2002 Maazel/Vilar International Conductors' Competition.
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YUJA WANG - 2006 GILMORE YOUNG ARTIST
2006 Gilmore Young Artist has been a prize winner in national and international competitions such as Huapu Cup National Piano Competition, the First "Mido" Concours De Tiano Sino-Francais, the Xinghai Cup National Piano Competition and the Veo Internacional Primer Premio in Spain.
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NASCAR'S COLOR IS WHITE
Every color of the rainbow will stream past the green flag Sunday at the start of the NASCAR Sony HD 500, but only one color figures to be inside the 43 cockpits. White. It's a situation NASCAR hopes to change through a Drive for Diversity program that integrates minorities into racing and may ultimately uncover a Tiger Woods-like phenom.
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SAE LA CHIN IN "SWEET CHARITY"
Sae La Chin is in the cast of the national tour of Sweet Charity, starring Molly Ringwald as Charity Hope Valentine. Other cast members include Adam Perry, Ben Cameron, Amanda Watkins (as Nickie), Kisha Howard, Richard Ruiz, Angel Reda, Aaron Ramey, Nova Bergeron, Kathryn Mowat Murphy, Guy Adkins, David Glaspie (as Daddy), Angel Reda, Laquet Sharnell, Colin Cunliffe, Keven Quillon, Rhea Patterson, Tonya Wathen, Nova Bergeron and Merrit Tyler Hawkins.
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CINDY KAUANUL'S JET SET "HAPA" GIRL
Hawaii-native Cindy Kauanul's Jet Set girl is often hapa, the Hawaiian word used to mean half or part Asian. "None of my girls look alike," Kauanui says. "It's easy for clients to shop here because we have all colors. The world is a melting pot of color, and we like to show that. We are not making clones who all have the same haircut."
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JAY CHANDRASEKHAR
Perhaps you know the director of "Beerfest" as Ramathorn the party-loving police officer in Super Troopers, or as Putman the dreadlocked British tennis instructor in Club Dread? Jay Chandrasekhar has for the last 10 years been an integral part of the comedy troupe Broken Lizard, directing each of their films beginning with 1996's Puddle Cruiser.
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WAL-MART PURSUES ASIAN AMERICANS
Wal-Mart, which already advertises in Spanish, sees Asians as a fast-growing consumer group (APA communities' estimated buying power is $363 billion a year). Some stores in California, which has among the largest Asian populations in the nation, carry products catering to Asian tastes, including powdered miso soup and hot wasabi peas.
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GETTING "RED DOORS" (The Movie) MADE
US ASIANS: Could you share how three Asian female graduates of Harvard obtained financing (roles of the partners, obstacles, supporters, nay-sayers, types of financing considered, etc.), did your experience at McKinsey & Company provided a “starting point and how were the responsibilities divided?”

GEORGIA LEE: Our business backgrounds definitely helped in the financing part of the process. We were able to write up a business plan and connect with potential investors because of our experiences at places like McKinsey and Goldman. In addition, I think that investors were more comfortable with the idea of handing over money to individuals whom they felt would be financially responsible.

US ASIANS: What were the many processes of pre-production, production and post-production for the film?

RED DOORS - Win a Date with Mia Riverton!

Move over, Tad Hamilton! To commemorate the opening of RED DOORS (in theaters Sept. 8th), the producers have created a one-of-a-kind contest.

By purchasing advance tickets for any RED DOORS opening weekend show, you are eligible to win a date with dazzling actress-producer Mia Riverton to the RED DOORS New York premiere and exclusive VIP after-party (or another RED DOORS screening of your choice).

Five others will receive RED DOORS theatrical posters signed by Mia and the rest of the RED DOORS cast and filmmakers. Mia enjoys the company of both men and women and encourages everyone to enter the contest...

HOW TO ENTER:
1) Buy tickets online by 11:59 pm on Monday, Sept. 4th. Tickets are available at the RED DOORS website: www.reddoorsthemovie.com or directly via the theaters: Angelika Film Center or at ImaginAsian

2) Email your ticket purchase confirmation code to: michaelb@reddoorsthemovie.com with "Date Mia" in the subject line.

Winners will be randomly selected and notified via email by Tuesday, Sept. 5th. If unable to attend the premiere, the grand prize winner has the option of selecting a screening time during opening weekend (Sept. 8-10, 2006) to suit his/her personal schedule.

Friends and associates are welcome to attend / chaperone but must purchase their own tickets. The producers are not liable for any fun, motion sickness, fainting, or heartbreak induced by Ms. Riverton (trust us, we've worked with her)*. She's waiting for you...

JANE CHEN: Pre-production, production and post-production for RED DOORS was like any other film only with a lot less time and a lot less money. In pre-production, we honed the script, raised the financing, hired the crew, found our locations, and cast the characters. In production we shot the film. In post-production we edited the film, composed the score, did the sound mix, and started looking for sales agents and applying to film festivals.

DISTRIBUTION
US ASIANS: Were the alternatives of the route of a “negative pick-up,” ancillary/mezzanine-type financing (a fast-growing alternative seen in recent films such as Superman Returns/Poseidon/etc.) and/or pre-selling markets to obtain financing and distribution considered – along with other financing alternatives?

JANE CHEN: All were considered and some were attempted but nothing came through. The hard fact is that unless your film features recognized stars or is in a popular genre (i.e. horror) the fact is that no alternate financing sources will consider you. Most of the fast-growing alternatives that you mention are almost exclusively in the domain of big-budget studio films.

US ASIANS: Could you share what is the current status of Red Doors being broadcast on CBS?

GEORGIA LEE: CBS purchased a pilot script based on RED DOORS for a one hour drama. We worked with CBS and Paramount TV to develop the script and had a great experience with them. The pilot did not actually get shot, but it was a great learning experience for us in a format we had not been exposed to before.

In addition, it was exciting that CBS was seriously considering creating a drama based on an Asian-American family that was about the characters themselves and not necessarily about the immigrant experience. They didn’t require any funny accents, any kung fu, or any other stereotypical elements.

US ASIANS: When will the film be seen theaters, which theaters and what would it take to have it released nationally?

JANE CHEN: RED DOORS will be released first in New York City on September 8 at the Angelika Film Center and the ImaginAsian Theater. The film will be released in San Francisco on September 22nd, theater to be determined.

The film will also open in Los Angeles, theater and dates to be determined. After that, we expect to roll out to other cities across the U.S. We are hoping for strong first weekend box office numbers. If we can reach a per screen gross of over $10,000, I think we have a good chance of expanding beyond the three announced cities.


 
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