Date: Sunday, March 2, 2014 – Sunday, April 6, 2014
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/264013017099296/
Filmmaker Victoria Linchong presents a fine cut of her documentary film “Almost Home: Taiwan” and the opening of Art for a Free Taiwan. Commemorate the 67th anniversary of the 228 Uprising (and find out all about it if you already don’t know)! TaiwaneseAmerican.org has been proud to support this project since its inception, and we’re pleased to see how far it has come!
Coming to THREE CITIES this spring:
Sunday, March 2 – NYC
Location: Clemente Soto Velez
Address: 106 Suffolk, New York, NY (in the LES)
Time: TWO SCREENINGS at 5:45pm and 7:30pm
Art for a Free Taiwan at the LES Gallery on the ground floor from 6-8pm (free)
Limited number of seats! Get tickets here:http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/587556
Seeing the 5:45pm show? Stay afterwards for drinks and discussion at the Art for a Free Taiwan exhibit!
See the 7:45pm show? Come early for drinks and discussion at the Art for a Free Taiwan exhibit!
Saturday, March 8 – Cambridge, MA
Address: 346 Broadway, Cambridge, MA
Time: Art for a Free Taiwan opening 4:00 to 6:00pm
RSVP at http://bpt.me/589370
Sunday, March 9 – Cambridge, MA
Location: The Lilypad at Inman Square
Address: 1353 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA
Time: Screening at 6:00pm
Limited number of seats! Get tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/588282
Sunday, March 23 – San Francisco
Location: Fort Mason Center
Address: 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA
Tickets on sale March 1
ALMOST HOME: TAIWAN is a feature documentary by Victoria Linchong that reveals the untold story of Taiwan’s struggle for democracy through a family road-trip back home. In the documentary, filmmaker Victoria Linchong returns to Taiwan with her family, searching for long-lost connections and becoming re-acquainted with the unique culture of the island and its wild beauty. Bridging the deeply personal and globally political, Almost Home: Taiwan clarifies the controversies surrounding Taiwan, while introducing viewers to raucous night markets, aboriginal festivals, sacred trees and kissing fish.
This is a sneak preview of the fine cut of the film. Very limited seats are available!