2007 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival 

Through March 24 at the Pacific Film Archive

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Through March 24 at the Pacific Film Archive Thu., March 15

American Zombie — Mock doc on zombies in Los Angeles directed by Grace Lee, who appears in person (85 min., 2007). (9:00)

Fri., March 16

In Between Days — So Yong Kim's coming-of-age narrative focuses on a Korean immigrant teenage girl in Toronto (82 min., 2006). (7:00)

Sat., March 17

It's Only Talk — A manic-depressive woman (Shinobu Terashima) moves to the suburbs and has men troubles in director Ryuichi Hiroki's 2005 light drama (126 min.). (6:00)

Made In Korea — Korean immigrant filmmaker In-Soo Radstake tries to locate other immigrants who arrived in the Netherlands on the same plane — hence this documentary (73 min., 2006). (4:00)

Summer Palace — Two Beijing University students become lovers but never really let go. Directed by Lou Ye (140 min., 2006). (8:30)

Sun., March 18

Ghosts — Documentarian Nick Broomfield made this drama about illegal Chinese immigrants in the UK (96 min., 2006). (4:30)

Woman on the Beach — Writer falls for composer in a Korean beach town. Hong Sang-soo directs (100 min., 2006). (6:30)

Tue., March 20

Kabul Transit — As directors David Edwards, Maliha Zulfacar, and Gregory Whitmore see it in this doc, the Afghan capital is a mess (85 min., 2006). (7:30)

Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors — A young female TV writer must choose between two older men in Hong San-soo's satire (127 min., 2001). Director in person. (7:30)


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