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Kelvin Han Yee and Margarita Pidgeon Guest on Eye on Entertainment at the 2011 LAAPFF
Yee Is Featured in Christine Yoo’s “Wedding Palace” which Premiered on Friday, April 29 at the Directors Guild of America and Is the Chief of Police on the CBS Series “Hawaii Five-O”
By: Eye on Excellence™ Productions
A San Francisco native, Kelvin Han Yee began his career as a company member at the American Conservatory Theater. A classically-
Yee recently landed the role of Chief of Police on the television series Hawaii Five-0. Check out the Hawaii Five-0 community forum and vote for “Kelvin Han Yee as New Governor on Hawaii Five-0”: http://www.cbs.com/
Visual Communications (VC), the nation’s premier Asian Pacific American media arts center, held the 27th edition of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) from April 28 - May 7, 2011 at the Director’s Guild of America (DGA), Laemmle’s Sunset 5 Theatres, and the CGV Cinemas located in Koreatown. As Southern California’s largest and most prestigious film festival of its kind, the LAAPFF launched the celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage Month through the 2011 slate of 180 films from both Asian Pacific American and Asian international directors from 20 countries. Over the past 27 years, the Festival has presented over 3400 films and shorts by Asian American and Asian international artists. This year, 32 feature films and 148 shorts were showcased throughout the 10-day fest.
About the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival presented by Visual Communications is the Southland’s premier showcase for the best and brightest of Asian Pacific cinema. Since 1983, the Film Festival has presented over 3400 films and videos by Asian international and Asian American artists, and additionally features seminars and panels, in-person guest appearances, and filmmaker awards. For more information, please visit: www.vconline.org/
About Visual Communications
Visual Communications (VC), the nation's premier Asian Pacific American media arts center, was established in 1970. The organization has established a lengthy track record of pioneering achievements in producing, presenting, and preserving more honest and accurate representations of Asian and Pacific Islander communities in America. Visual Communications is also recognized as an incubator of emerging Asian Pacific American cinematic talent. The organization's works have been exhibited in numerous venues and broadcast outlets around the world. The mission of Visual Communications is to promote intercultural understanding through the creation, presentation, preservation and support of media works by and about Asian Pacific Americans.
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