AAIFF 40-Special Program:Mad Mad World

The 40th Asian American International Film Festival successfully concluded last Saturday. The 11 day event presented 20 feature films and 63 short films from 18 countries.

We spoke with three directors, Camille Ma, David Liu, and Alex Zou, whose films were selected for the festival’s special program “Mad mad world”. The short film program explores the innermost darkness of humanity through the themes of loss, corruption, and death

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