The Farewell film

"The Farewell" star acknowledged “there’s always more work to be done," but took an optimistic view on Asian representation in Hollywood.
Cinema this year has helped us become more fluent about trauma so that we can relate to each other more openly about our vulnerability.
The "Kim's Convenience" star is already making superhero moves.
The wonderful dramedy starring Awkwafina joins films like "Lady Bird" and "Support the Girls" in the ways they address everyday economic anxieties.
The cast and director made the move as part of the #GoldOpen movement, which aims to ensure opening weekend success for films with casts of color.
Lulu Wang’s film, featuring an exquisite star turn from Awkwafina, is full of lived-in details that authentically represent not just identity, but a particular experience.