MYX TV Proudly Sponsors The 29th San Francisco International Asian-American Film Festival

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The Asian-American TV network celebrates Asian American film and the people who make it possible.

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It has been a great opportunity for us to celebrate all media and the talent behind filmmaking

MYX TV is a proud partner to the 29th San Francisco International Asian-American Film Festival, the largest Asian and Asian American film festival in North America. The festival has kicked off its opening night film, West Is West, and gala at the Asian Art Museum on March 10th and will continue to bring the best of film until March 20th.

This year, MYX TV is co-presenting the world premier of the film, Resident Aliens, by filmmaker Ross Tuttle. The film tells the story of deported Cambodian refugees and how one man’s story is changed as he becomes a dance teacher and surrogate father to a breakdancing troupe of poor children in Cambodia.

Having been a film festival partner to the Center for Asian American Media for three years, MYX TV seals a strong partnership. “It has been a great opportunity for us to celebrate all media and the talent behind filmmaking,” shares Miguel Santos, Head of MYX TV. “San Francisco loves great movies!”

“I’m thrilled and very excited to be working with MYX TV,” says Stephen Gong, Executive Director of Center for Asian American Media. “MYX TV is the perfect outlet for the community we are trying to reach of viewers who are smart and engaged and see the connection between community involvement and great film.”

The network celebrates 29 years of Asian-American film with San Francisco. See you at the movies!

Fore contests and more details, visit http://www.myx.tv.

ABOUT MYX TV®:
With its U.S. headquarters in Redwood City, California, MYX TV was developed by ABS-CBN International, a US-based subsidiary of ABS-CBN Broadcasting, the largest media company in the Philippines and among the largest in Asia. MYX TV is the only music entertainment and lifestyle channel dedicated to the Asian American community, utilizing music, culture and entertainment. MYX TV can be seen on Channel 368 on Comcast’s Digital Preferred Tier in the San Francisco Bay Area and Central California and Channel 673 in Chicago, Cox Digital Basic Cable Channel 479 in Orange County and Channel 474 in Northern Virginia, MCV Cable Channel 16 in Guam and RCN Channel 464 in New York City, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. It is available nationwide on DirecTV channel 2067. For more information, visit http://myx.tv.

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