In our continuing coverage of Filipino-American History Month, is this FAHM Spotlight featuring Filipino-American actor Alain Uy who you can currently catch as Yen in hulu’s Helstrom. Here we talk about his new film, THE PAPER TIGERS, his thoughts on Filipino representation and the specificity of South East Asian representation right now – oh and even, his prediction of… the NBA Finals win? Check it out below.Continue reading “alain uy is having A Moment”
For this portion of Filipino American History Month, we’re featuring Fil-Am director Eileen Cabiling and her directorial debut short film making rounds in the Los Angeles and New York City film festivals circuits this month. Here is asienne film reporter, Edrianne Wood with the scoop as she dissects the new short film, BASURERO on a one-on-one Q and A with director Eileen Cabiling.Continue reading “new short film paints a picture of a filipino fisherman facing a layered dilemma”
Hello, party line? It’s 2020 and it’s calling to say that Claudia Kishi has like totally arrived. And if you didn’t know, you can also text her now. *gasp* Continue reading introducing: momona tamada
uhm yes! it totally is our first ALL video issue. and it’s the PRIDE one. because you really #CantCancelPride Continue reading surprise! it’s! a! PRIDE! issue!
We’re on lockdown, they’re on lockdown, everyone’s on lockdown. asienne recently chatted with the cast of Netflix’s The Half of It😭 Watch more below to see Leah Lewis (Ellie Chu), Alexxis Lemire (Aster), and Daniel Diemer (Paul) talk lockdown binge-watching, what it’s like working with director Alice Wu, and the film’s message that they hope it conveys to audiences. BONUS: a spotlight on Leah Lewis.Continue reading “chatting with the cast of The Half of It”