CHERRY SKY FILMS at the Smithsonian x2

Cherry Sky Films will have two films playing at the Smithsonian this coming week. First off is a screening of THE KILLING OF A CHINESE COOKIE on Saturday, May 7, playing as part of the Asian Pacific Heritage Month Family Day Celebration.

For more information, visit the Smithsonian Education site.

Then, on Thursday, May 12 at 6pm, A SMALL ACT will play as part of the Film Forward series.

For more information, visit the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program.


KILLING OF A CHINESE COOKIE screening at Cerritos Library

The Cerritos Library and the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California will screen THE KILLING OF A CHINESE COOKIE on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 7pm. Admission is free (as will be fortune cookies sponsored by Peking Noodle Company).

Director-writer-producer Derek Shimoda and producer Jimmy Tsai will be in attendance.

Click here for more information on the library.


CRUSH THE SKULL at LA Asian Pacific Film Festival 

CRUSH THE SKULL screens as part of #C3 at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on Saturday April 30th.

For more info and tickets, visit the festival's official site.



A SMALL ACT Opens in the U.K.

A SMALL ACT opens theatrically Friday, April 15, in the United Kingdom. Check local listings for locations and times. Visit the UK website for more information.


PUNCTURE will make its world premiere at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival 

The tattooed and drug-addicted townie has more than his share of personal demons, but can he straighten up long enough to lead a renegade safety-needle inventor to victory against a monopolizing medical supply corporation? This David and Goliath legal drama, based on a true story, exposes the corruption and kickback schemes threatening the lives of millions of health care workers. Read More

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