Duration: 30 minutes
Directed by: Elaine H. Kim
Slaying the Dragon: Reloaded is a 30-minute sequel to Slaying the Dragon. Reloaded looks at the past 25 years of representation of Asian and Asian American women in U.S. visual media — from blockbuster films and network television to Asian American cinema and YouTube — to explore what’s changed, what’s been recycled, and what we can hope for in the future.
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Review quotes for Slaying the Dragon: Reloaded:
“This compelling film is an invaluable resource for the classroom and beyond.”
– Jodi Kim, Professor Ethnic Studies, University of California at Riverside
“Timely, provocative and entertaining.”
– Jessica Tarahata Hagedorm, Novelist, Poet, and Playwright
“Lively, insightful, and devastatingly convincing”
– John Diaz, San Francisco Chronicle
“With meticulous research and analytic smarts, the film’s tribute to new Asian American filmmakers shoots Reloaded far into a hopeful future.”
– Renee Tajima-Pena, Filmmaker
“A film that everyone needs to watch to understand the significance of Asian Americans in popular culture and their relationship to American history and society.”
– Jennifer Ho, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina, 2011 AAAS Conference co-chair
Premiered at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
Wednesday, 3/16/11, Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, San Francisco, 7:15 PM
Sunday, 3/13/11, Pacific Film Archive Theatre, Berkeley, 3:30 PM
Saturday, 3/12/11, Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, San Francisco, 12:45 PM