TAP-NY is excited to partner with Asian CineVision for their 42nd annual Asian American International Film Festival. AAIFF is the first and longest running festival in the U.S. to showcase the best in independent Asian and Asian American cinema.

This year, three films by Taiwanese teams are part of the all-star lineup, and we’re excited to see them in theaters. In addition, TAP-NY has the hookup for discounts! Use code TAPNY2019 at checkout to receive 20% off your tickets for any of the following films.

“Fresh Kill”
Friday, July 26 @ 8:30PM (Asia Society and Museum)

Directed by Taiwanese filmmaker Shu Lea Cheang, “Fresh Kill” centers around a non-nuclear family anchored by mothers Claire (Erin McMurtry,) Shareen (Sarita Choudhury) and their daughter Honey (Nelini Stamp.) and a wild ride involving corporate conspiracies, pollution and community activism.

Purchase tickets here: https://www.goelevent.com/AAIFF/e/FreshKill

“Love Boat: Taiwan” + “Spring Bud”
Wednesday, July 31 @ 6PM (Regal Essex Crossing & RPX)

“Love Boat: Taiwan” looks at the Taiwan Love Boat, where college-aged Taiwanese Americans get closer to their history, their culture and each other. This feature film is preceded by the short film “Spring Bud.” Through the power of education, this film looks at one woman’s vision to transform the lives of a thousand girls in China’s rural Shaanxi Province.

Purchase tickets here: https://www.goelevent.com/AAIFF/e/LoveBoatTaiwan

“Cities of Last Things”
Friday, August 2 @ 8:15PM (Regal Essex Crossing & RPX)

“Cities of Last Things” pinpoints three extraordinary nights in the life of a common man, as told with reverse chronology. Watch a story unfold that transcends seasons, love, and time.

Purchase tickets here: https://www.goelevent.com/AAIFF/e/CitiesofLastThings