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Documentary Films

Aoki *
2009, Mike Cheng & Ben Wang, USA, 94min, Documentary Feature

Chronicling the life of Richard Aoki (1938-2009), a third-generation Japanese American who became one of the founding members of the Black Panther Party. ...more.

 

Going Home *
2009, Jason Hoffman, USA, 73min, Documentary Feature

Jason Hoffmann has always identified himself as being a true New Yorker. Having grown up in liberal Greenwich Village with Jewish parents, he was content with ... more.

 

Lessons Of The Blood
2010, James T. Hong & Yin-Ju Chen, USA, 106min, Documentary Feature

Japanese revisionism, the WWII invasion of China, propaganda, historical memory, biological warfare, victims, and wounds... more.

 

Operation Babylift: The Lost Children Of Vietnam 
2009, Tammy Nguyen Lee, USA, 72min, Documentary Feature

A $2 million dollar US initiative that airlifted over 2,500 Vietnamese orphans out of a war-torn country to protect them ...more.

 

State Of Aloha 
2009, Anne Misawa, USA, 81min, Documentary Feature

STATE OF ALOHA traces the journey of Hawai'i's fifty years of statehood through over thirty key interviews. ...more.

 

Transcending - The Wat Misaka Story *
2009, Bruce Alan Johnson & Christine Toy Johnson, USA, 84min, Documentary Feature

A documentary film about Wat Misaka, the first person of color to be drafted into what is now the NBA. ...more.

 

A Village Called Versailles *
2009, S. Leo Chiang, USA, 68min, Documentary Feature

An empowering story of how the Versailles people, who have already suffered so much in their lifetime, turn a devastating disaster into a catalyst for change  ...more.

 

Wo Ai Ni Mommy 
2009, Stephanie Wang-Breal, USA, 76min, Documentary Feature

Wo Ai Ni Mommy explores what happens when an older Chinese girl is adopted into an American family. ...more.

 

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