“First Asian Film Festival Selections Announced”

D Magazine: Front Row

Did you notice there are no film festivals going on in Dallas right now? Sad times. But good news dropped in the inbox this morning: the Asian Film Festival, which kicks off on July 23, has announced the first four of 40 scheduled films. These include, from Hong Kong, Wilson Yip’s IP Man 2 and Jing Wong’s I Corrupt All Cops; from the United States, Arvin Chen’s Au Revoir Taipei; and from Japan, Noboru Iguchi’s Robogeisha (yes, awesomely enough, it is about exactly what it sounds like it is about). This year’s festival promises to be a larger affair, with the connect2urfuture expanding to two venues (the Angelika and Magnolia, of course). You can find additional information about the festival here, and trailers after the jump…

“Asian Film Festival of Dallas Expands”
Art & Seek

The Asian Film Festival of Dallas sends word this morning that it will show movies at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas as well as its traditional home at the Magnolia. The festival will run July 23-29…

“Asian Film Festival of Dallas Announces First Titles”
Twitch Film

[Thanks to our friend Josh Hurtado, who will be covering the festival for us this year. Here are his initial thoughts.]

It is that time of year again. The Asian Film Festival of Dallas (connect2urfuture) is starting to ramp up the promotional machine for their 2010 festival, this year from July 23-29…