Angry Asian Man talks to writer/director Lena Khan about her indie film THE TIGER HUNTER, why her 1970s-set immigrant comedy feels particularly relevant right now, and how you can accomplish anything with just one really groovy suit.
Angry Asian Man talks to actor and filmmaker Justin Chon about his award-winning indie film GOOK, why he wanted to make a movie set during the 1992 Los Angeles riots, and his Korean American family's personal connection to the conflict.
Angry Asian Man talks to actor and Twinsters co-director Samantha Futerman about growing up as a Korean American adoptee, how a YouTube video reunited her with the twin sister she never knew she had, and why she decided to film the entire journey.
Angry Asian Man talks to actor Tamlyn Tomita about how a girl from the Valley got plucked to be Asian America's sweetheart, keeping it real with community, and embracing the enduring popularity of her most iconic roles.
Angry Asian Man talks to Stephen and Patrick of National Film Society about how two down-and-out filmmakers made a YouTube video with Cookie Monster, assembled a crew of Awesome Asian Bad Guys and shot a bedroom scene with their adolescent crush.
Angry Asian Man talks to actor Randall Park about the complications of playing a North Korean dictator, the pressures of starring in the only Asian American family sitcom on network television, and that time he cast his baby daughter as a crime-fighting cop.
Angry Asian Man talks to filmmaker Evan Jackson Leong about cutting his teeth behind the scenes at Better Luck Tomorrow, having the inside track on Linsanity and getting a front row seat to a defining moment in Asian American cinema.
Angry Asian Man talks to actor Steven Yeun about being a pain-in-the-ass Korean son, his role as Glenn on AMC's The Walking Dead and what it's like to be one-half of the hottest post-apocalyptic romance on television.
Angry Asian Man talks to Writer/Thinker/Asian American media Godfather Jeff Yang about A. Magazine, C-grade superheroes and the struggle to create content that speaks to the diversity of Asian America.
Angry Asian Man talks to Shinae Yoon, Executive Director of Visual Communications about the upcoming Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, running May 10-20, and gets her take on Asian American film and new media.