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New York Asian Film Festival 2017 Preview

The New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) returns to celebrate their sixteenth year with one of their most eclectic line-ups, including new pop art from the Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. This is also the first year featuring a selective competition line-up: seven films from across Asia will vie for the top prize, including gory Vietnamese horror film "KFC," and Taiwanese gangster/coming-of-age hybrid "The Gangster's Daughter" (pictured above).
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