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By Film Threat Staff | September 1, 2004

If you remember my rant from last year then you’ll know to make this year’s San Diego Asian Film Festival a priority on your calendar for October.
On October 21-24, the SDAFF will screen the latest and the greatest in Asian film and they have just announced their 5th annual film program. While this program is still being solidified, here are the feature films that have been announced:

ARAHAN, by Ryu Seung-Wan ^ COSMOPOLITAN, by Nisha Ganatra ^ ETHAN MAO, by Quentin Lee ^ FIRST MORNING, by Victor Vu ^ HOME RUN, by Jack Neo ^ JOSEE, THE TIGER, AND THE FISH, by Isshin Inudo ^ LIKE ASURA, by Yoshimitsu Morita ^ LOVE ME IF YOU CAN, by Wang Yu-Ya ^ THE MAGICAL LIFE OF LONG TACK SAM, by Anne Marie Flemming ^ MAGNIFICO, by Maryo J. De Los Reyes ^ MAMA’S GOLD, by Joanne Cheng ^ MY SUICIDE by Thodsapol Siriviwat ^ NORTH KOREA: BEYOND THE DMZ, by JT Takagi & Hye Jung Park ^ ONG BAK, by Prachya Pinkaew ^ PLEASE TEACH ME ENGLISH, by Kim Seong-Su ^ THE RIDE, by Nathan Kurosawa ^ SILENCE OF THE SEA, by Vahid Mousian ^ STEAM BOY, by Katsuhiro Ôtomo ^ THE TALE OF TWO SISTERS, by Kim Jee-woon

For more info, check out the SDAFF website.

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