Vancouver asian film festival

The Vancouver Asian Film Festival (VAFF) is an annual film festival held in Vancouver, British Columbia for about 4–5 days in November. Launching in 1996,[1] it is Canada’s oldest Asian film festival, exhibiting films and videos by North American artists of Asian heritage. Awards include a juried award for Best Canadian Short. Categories include: Narrative (i.e. drama, comedy, romance), Documentary, Animation, and Experimental. Visiting artists have included Ham Tran, Justin Lin, Michael Kang and Jessica Yu, as well as BC filmmakers, Mina Shum and Julia Kwan. The festival has been host to major stars such as Grace Park [2][3] and others. VAFF is a not-for-profit organization.[4]

External links

  • VAFF Official Site


  1. ^ CBC covers VAFF's 10th Anniversary
  2. ^ covers Grace Park at VAFF
  3. ^ Grace Park at VAFF
  4. ^ Film Festival World

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