Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Attention Californians! (Revised2)

APIQWTC and NAATA Proudly Presents a very special
"SAVING FACE" Premiere Weekend! June 3 and 4
-FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd-

It all starts opening night. GO SEE THE SHOW - writer/directer Alice Wu will be present for a Q&A with the audience. Afterwards, come schmooze with her at the "Meet and Greet" Party. Noshables will be provided along with a cash bar. This is a FREE, all ages event!

9PM - 11PM
Bar 333
Park Hyatt
333 Battery Street
(Across pedestrian bridge from Embarcadero Cinema)

-SATURDAY, JUNE 4th-
APIQWTC along with the promoters of PersuAsian Hosts
The Official "SAVING FACE" Kick-Off party!

10PM -2AM
TRIPLE L (Ladies Love Lounge)
at The Cat Club
1190 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

There will be "SAVING FACE" give-a-ways and more!



--More about SAVING FACE and Alice Wu--

"Opening Night film and winner of the Audience Award at the 2005 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival"

Select showings of the film SAVING FACE will include appearances by its writer/director Alice Wu. She will speak with audiences at evening screenings on Friday and Saturday, June 3 & 4, at Embarcadero Cinema in San Francisco. Wu also speaks at Shattuck Cinemas in BerkeleyALBANY TWIN theater in Albany on Sunday, June 5, late afternoon and early evening shows. More details are available on the respective information lines: 415/267-4893, 510/464-5980 and at www.landmarktheatres.com.

Writer/director Alice Wu's romantic comedy stars Michelle Krusiec as Wil, an overworked medical resident living in Manhattan who meets Vivian (Lynn Chen) and begins an exciting new relationship. Trouble is, she's afraid of her widowed mother Ma (Joan Chen) finding out. All goes well until Wil discovers Ma on her doorstep--she has also been living a secret life and is pregnant and unmarried, which is not acceptable in their traditional Chinese-American community--and the worlds of family, love, lust and secrets come together.
www.sonyclassics.com/savingface

Writer/director Alice Wu was born and raised in San Jose and earned a bachelor's and master's degree from Stanford. She directed the short film Trick or Treat (2002) and SAVING FACE is her first feature film.

DETAILS:
Landmark's Embarcadero Center Cinema, One Embarcadero Center, San Francisco
Friday and Saturday, June 3 & 4, 2005, both evening shows ­ Alice Wu in person
Tickets are $10.00 and available at the theatre box office; Information: (415) 267-4893

Landmark's Shattuck Cinemas, 2230 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley
Landmark's Albany Twin Cinemas, 1115 Solano Avenue, Albany
Sunday, June 5, 2005, late afternoon and early evening shows ­ Alice Wu in person
Tickets are $9.50 and available at the theatre box office; Information: (510) 464-5980

(Note that the film continues its engagement with daily showings after these opening night events.)

SAVING FACE also opens at these additional locations:
UA Stonestown Twin (San Francisco)
CinEArts @ Marin (Sausalito)
CinEArts @ Palo Alto Square (Palo Alto)
CinEArts @ Pleasant Hill (Pleasant Hill)
CinEArts @ Santana Row (San Jose)

Please check your local listings for details.


2 Comments:

Blogger remix said...

have some parties in NY or some kind of saving face hoopla.this movie is great..would be nice to chill with some people who feel the same way.

2/6/05 00:12  
Blogger jon said...

We are trying to find good movie star to take the kids this weekend. Good movie star reviews are hard to find

I just stumbled onto your blog while looking. Seems to happen to me a lot since I am a knowledge mooch LOL

Thanks

2/10/05 16:24  

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