Georgia Perimeter Dunwoody to host Asian Film Festival
The 11th annual Atlanta Asian Film Festival – the metro-wide film festival celebrating Asian-Pacific culture and films--will screen several films at the GPC Dunwoody Campus in the next two weeks. On Thursday, Oct. 15, the film, “Flowers of Taipei” will be shown at 6 p.m. On Saturday, Oct. 24, filmgoers will be treated to several films: “Midnight Diner,” at 2 p.m., followed by two film shorts at 4 p.m. “American Hikimori” – just 20 minutes long-- and “Jinju,” which is 10 minutes long. At 4:30 p.m., the last film of the day is “Pieta,” the winner of the Golden Lion Award during the 2012 Venice Film Festival.
The films are sponsored by the GPC Dunwoody Chinese, Korean and Japanese Clubs, and admission is free for GPC students, staff and faculty with ID.
All films will be in shown in the Dunwoody Auditorium, Building NC, Room 1100. The GPC Dunwoody Campus is located at 2101 Womack Road, Dunwoody, Ga. For information about the film festival and other showings in metro Atlanta, go to http://www.atlaff.org