From November 5-15, 2020, PAAFF will present to you the best in Asian diasporic film, storytelling, and performance through live virtual film screenings, on-demand screenings, and livestream performances and discussions.
Everything you thought you knew about the donut begins with Ted Ngoy. This is the unlikely story of a Cambodian refugee arriving in America in 1975 and building a multi-million-dollar empire baking America’s favorite pastry, the donut.View purchasing options for The Donut King Buy tickets
Join us for these free discussions with Asian diasporic filmmakers, performers, academics, and creatives from all over the world as they share their expertise and experiences.
These documentaries help us discover something new about our world, our communities, and ourselves.
Life influences art, art influences life. Take a look at these narrative films that are sure to influence the world.
PAAFF has adapted for the virtual stage! Enjoy engaging livestreamed music and theater performances by up-and-coming Asian American artists and creators.
This showcase is presented in partnership with Pacific Islanders in Communications.
Born out of a desire to support and celebrate diverse Asian theater artists in Philadelphia, PAAFF has partnered with PAPA and AAI to host yearly mini-residencies to exceptional artists.
A beautiful collection of short films, curated by PAAFF staff into 13 programs that explore themes like immigration, dreams, youth, belonging, and love.