10th Annual Houston Asian Pacific American Film Festival

Asia Society Texas Center

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Annual Houston Asian Pacific American Film Festival. The festival focuses on film art created by and spotlighting Asian Pacific Islander Americans. Presented by OCA-Greater Houston, the event aims to entertain and educate audiences about Asian Pacific American artists and filmmakers. Through partnerships with community organizations, the festival brings attendees together to appreciate the diversity and commonalities of the APIA community.

Featured films:

Sriracha by Griffin Hammond has earned a cult following, but the story of this spicy sauce is a mystery to most fans. Dedicated to Sriracha lovers, this fast-paced documentary travels around the globe to reveal its origin and the man behind the iconic "rooster sauce."

Linsanity by Evan Jackson Leong, chronicles the surprising rise of basketball player Jeremy Lin, who in February 2012, while playing for the New York Knicks, put together a record-breaking string of games, giving the world one of the most remarkable underdog stories ever to unfold in the history of sports.

Life on Four Strings by Tadashi Nakamura is a compelling portrait of Jake Shimabukuro, an inspiring and inventive musician whose virtuoso skills on the ukulele transformed all previous notions of the instrument's potential. Through intimate conversations with Shimabukuro, Life on Four Strings reveals the cultural and personal influences that have shaped the man and the musician.



Asia Society Texas Center
1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004


Admission is free with reservations.
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