[TUESDAY April 26] Visual Communications Executive Director Francis Cullado today issued the following statement regarding the Festival Week retrospective screening of Dai Sil Kim-Gibson's SILENCE BROKEN: KOREAN COMFORT WOMEN on Wednesday, April 27, 4:30 PM at the Tateuchi Democracy Forum @ JANM in Los Angeles Little Tokyo:
"The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival strives to create a space for dialogue to challenge perspectives and invite discussion. We are screening this film as part of our Artist's Spotlight with a prolific award winning filmmaker, Dai Sil Kim-Gibson. We understand that this is a sensitive topic and we welcome all audiences to come and participate in the Q&A following this screening, as well as all of our Festival programs.
"Visual Communications believes in the power of filmmaking to tell and share stories from a multitude of perspectives. And through film and dialogue, we hope our audiences come away with a better understanding of each other."
The Festival Week staff encourages one and all to attend this screening, part of our Artist's Spotlight on director Kim-Gibson. For program and ticket information, please visit this link. And for program and ticket information on the Los Angeles Premiere screening of her latest documentary PEOPLE ARE THE SKY, please click here.