New America Now: Asian-American Films and Poetry

New America Now: Asian-American Films and Poetry

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Sandip Roy Talks To:
Jennifer Phang, director Half-Life, a film which takes the familiar story of an Asian-American family living in Northern California, and twists it into an entirely new dimension.


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Sandip Roy Talks To:
Tze Chun, director Children of Invention, a film that twists together the American Dream and Home Alone. 


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Sandip Roy Talks To: 
Neela Banerjee and Pireeni Sundaralingam, two of the co-editors of Indivisible, a compilation of South Asian-American poetry. 


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Sandip Roy Talks To: 
Arash Sobhani, singer in the band Kiosk, which was founded in a basement in Tehran. Kiosk, which has been called the most influential underground band in Tehran since the Iranian Revolution, has had all of its albums banned in its native country.


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