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in Filmmaking
on Jul 18, 2007

The Museum of Chinese in Americas (MoCA), with New York’s premiere event promoters, Elements Nightlife, will be celebrating the launch of the MoCA’s Chinatown Film Project this Saturday at Jade Terrace in NYC. Hosting the event are actors Sung Kang, of the upcoming Undoing and previously of 2 Fast 2 Furious and Roger Fan, of the upcoming Finishing the Game and previously of Annapolis. Special guests include Chris Chan Lee, director of Undoing and Phil Yu of AngryAsianMan.com. Proceeds from the event will benefit MoCA/Chinatown Film Project.

The Chinatown Film Project is a three-part film and interactive media program that celebrates the diverse roles Chinatown plays in urban realities and imaginations. The project, featuring 20 filmmakers creating original short films highlighting Chinatowns all over the globe, will empower filmmakers to uncover, rediscover, and create new ways of seeing their native Chinatowns through narrative, documentary, and experimental formats.

Designed by Maya Lin, the new 12,500 sq-ft MoCA, with a special exhibition gallery, interactive family heritage kiosks, research facilities, public programs space, and more, will provide a world-class setting to give lasting visibility to the Chinese American experience.

WHERE: Jade Terrace (top floor of China Club) 268 West 46th Street at 8th Avenue
WHEN: Saturday, July 21st, 10:00pm – closing
WHO: Ladies/Guys 21+
GUESTLIST: Ladies free before 11pm/$10 before midnight. Guys $10 before 11pm/$15 before midnight

RSVP to angela@sixnyc.com or eubin@sixnyc.com for reduced guestlist by July 19th at 5pm. Questions? Please call 212.619.4785 x 106.

To learn more go to the MoCA Web site.

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