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    by Published on 09-25-2013 07:36 AM
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    LINSANITY: The Movie (Hollywood Premiere) - Nicki Sun

    The September 19, 2013 Hollywood premiere of LINSANITY: The Movie marks the two-year anniversary point when Nicki Sun first interviewed Jeremy Lin during the NBA lockout. She gets to follow-up with interviews from the creators of the film and his whole family, to former coaches and current teammates, everyone had something personal to share on the red carpet.

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    by Published on 09-09-2013 07:30 AM
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    "Linsanity" - Official Trailer

    Releasing in theaters October 2013.

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    by Published on 02-05-2013 05:37 AM
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    "The Last Pick" - Jeremy Lin

    "The Last Pick" is a video about helping others. When we give to others, we often benefit in return. It usually happens when we expect it the least, but need it the most.

    This film was produced this past summer to support the Jeremy Lin Foundation (@jlinfoundation). The Foundation loves and serves children and youth, by providing hope, empowerment and leadership development.

    To learn more about the Foundation and join our efforts, please visit our website http://jeremylinfoundation.org

    Written, Produced & Directed by Jubilee Project. The Jubilee Project produces films for a good cause. Watch and follow them:http://www.jubileeproject.org | @jubileeproject |http://www.youtube.com/jubileeproject

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    by Published on 01-20-2013 08:00 AM
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    Tai Chi Zero steampunk-action music video: The Slants - Love Letters From Andromeda

    A music video for the new Stephen Fung film, Tai Chi 0, featuring "Love Letters From Andromeda" by The Slants. Music video directed by Simon Tam, live band footage filmed by Jason Ericson, Tai Chi 0 footage provided by Wellgo USA Ent.

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    by Published on 01-19-2013 08:00 AM
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    "The Last Pick" (trailer) - Jubilee Project

    The Last Pick is a story about helping others. Jubilee Project partnered with the Jeremy Lin Foundation to write and produce this short film, featuring Jeremy Lin, Demitris Dajoun, and Kevin Mimms. This is a trailer for the film, which will be released soon on Jeremy's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/thejlin7.

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    by Published on 11-20-2012 07:30 AM
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    The Jubilee Project

    This issue of the A-Profiler, Nelson Wong interviews The Jubilee Project, a group of philanthropic storytellers who have given up their day jobs to make a difference in the world through their motto of "doing good is contagious."

    Tell us about The Jubilee Project. How did it get started? What were you all doing before The Jubilee Project? How was the name "The Jubilee Project" chosen?

    The Jubilee Project was started as a response the Haiti earthquake on Jan 12 2010 which was also the date of my (Jason's) 22nd birthday. I wanted to respond, so I gathered friends to go to a NYC subway stop to play guitar and raise $100 for Haiti. That day we raised $70 but after creating a video about it, we were able to raise over $700 for Haiti. Jubilee is a reference to the year of Jubilee in the bible - a year where debts were to be forgiven and prisoners set free. We want to be a glimpse of that joy and celebration.

    In what ways have you seen your motto of "Doing Good is Contagious" come to life?
    We've ...
    by Published on 11-15-2012 07:45 AM
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    Zac Wong

    This issue of the A-Profiler, Nelson Wong interviews filmmaker Zac Wong of the web series The Potstickers. This is the final part of a 3-part A-Profiler series featuring the cast and crew of The Potstickers.

    You are still in your late-teens and have become an award-winning filmmaker. When did your foray into filmmaking first begin? What inspired you to become a filmmaker? Did you find that your friends and family were supportive of your desire to become a filmmaker?

    My interest in filmmaking began way before I had ever touched a camera. Looking back at the first drawings in crayon I did as a child, they were all sequential, like miniature story boards. When I was about twelve, simply out of curiosity, I grabbed the home video camcorder and a couple Lego men and made a stop-motion animation with the camera's start and stop record button. It looked horrible, but it was enough to keep me motivated. I remember how liberating it felt, unlocking this newfound, and completely immature ability to tell stories ...
    by Published on 09-27-2012 06:00 AM
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    National Film Society

    This issue of the A-Profiler, Nelson Wong interviews Stephen Dypiangco and Patrick Epino, founders of the National Film Society. Find out how Dypiangco and Epino met each other, how the National Film Society became a part of PBS Digital Studios, how they create their videos, and how their vision for Awesome Asian Bad Guys can come to life with your help.

    What is the National Film Society and how did it get started?

    The National Film Society is a production company we formed in 2011 to start making online video content. We release a new brainy, offbeat and ridiculously good-looking episode every Tuesday on our YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/nationalfilmsociety), which is part of PBS Digital Studios. Since our backgrounds are in filmmaking, we mainly focus on movies, filmmaking and making it in Hollywood.

    How did the two of you meet each other?
    Although people think we’ve known each other for a long time, we only met two and a half years ago at the 2010 LA Asian Pacific Film Festival. During that first encounter, we realized that we shared a similar interest in new media and using online tools to connect with audiences. ...
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