The 7th Annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival‘s Guest Festival Director Dave Chan (Sure-Fire, Ambush) will lead a lively industry panel discussion on the mis/under-representation of Asian-Americans in a Hollywood that can’t seem to stop white washing Asian stories. This panel titled “Between Yellow Face and White Washing: Asian-Americans in (and on) Film” will address creative solutions on how to correct this from a grassroots level on up.

The panel takes place Saturday, June 10th at 2pm in Brooklyn, NY at St. Francis College. If you are in the NYC area this weekend, please stop by and attend a discussion on this very timely and important topic.

​Panelists include Celia Au (Gotham, Iron Fist), Becky Yamamoto (Fort Tilden, Good Enough), Eddie Shieh (Split End, Film Labs Present series), David Huynh (Hamlet, Vietgone), Anne Hu (Cake, Balloon), and Victor Huey (Raging Bull, Vanilla Sky, Bourne Legacy).

Tickets can be purchased here. Use code AOBFF17 for $2 off this or any event at the festival:


Art of Brooklyn Film Festival is the ONLY international festival in the world that screens work that are either about Brooklyn, shot in Brooklyn, and/or by Brooklyn filmmakers. Dave Chan will also be moderating two other panels including a Conversation with “FEUD:Bette and Joan” Creator Michael Zam and Power of the Podcasting for Filmmakers Workshop/Panel.

AoBFF has an incredible lineup of films and panels/workshops this year! For a complete list of all AoBFF events, click here: