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HOST A SCREENING

Hosting a screening of WORLD films in your community is a great way to kickstart and support conversations surrounding crucial topics that affect us all. Resources such as promotional materials, social media graphics, event hosting tips and more are all provided.

Films available for screenings include: 


WATCH AND SHARE FILMS

Every May, Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is a time to elevate voices of the diaspora, encouraging the growth of AANHPI representation in the media and everyday life. 

This month, films premiering on WORLD explore the Asian American experience in two New York City boroughs: On May 9, Alaudin Ullah brings viewers with him on a journey from his home in Harlem to his parents’ Bangladeshi roots in In Search of Bengali Harlem, and Chinatown Auxiliary follows Chinese residents who volunteer as NYPD officers to protect Manhattan’s Chinatown on May 13.

Plus, watch Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander stories on Pacific Heartbeat, celebrating surf, sport and fashion through the eyes of young Hawaiian and Tahitian women breaking boundaries and striving for greatness.

WORLD is excited to grow our library of AANHPI films – watch over the next few weeks and return to the collection all year long.


Help us share these films with your network and community – access easy-to-use social media kits here
 


ATTEND UPCOMING EVENTS

Check our Events Calendar to RSVP or buy tickets to in-person and virtual events.

MEET THE MAKERS: IN SEARCH OF BENGALI HARLEM | VIRTUAL
THURSDAY, MAY 9 @ 7p ET

Ahead of the premiere of In Search of Bengali Harlem, join us with filmmakers Alaudin Ullah and Vivek Bald for a Meet the Makers Q&A followed by a screening of the film! RSVP now for this free event.

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