Boston, Oct. 3, 2014, — Let’s get the celebration started for the 6th Annual Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF) coming Oct 23-26! BAAFF is hosting a preview party at Crave in Boston on Thursday, October 9th at 6:00pm in partnership with Future Boston. Come hear about the inside scoop on festival lineup, munch, mingle, and support our festival!
Admission is FREE w/ RSVP
VIP Ticket: $15 (1 drink ticket, munchies and raffle tickets to great prizes)
AARW Member Ticket: $12 (1 drink ticket, munchies and 3 raffle tickets to great prizes!)
At the door VIP Tickets: $20 (buy it online, save more)
PURCHASE TICKETS thru IndieGoGo to avoid fees: igg.me/at/baaff2014
Get your VIP ticket for 1 drink ticket, appetizers and raffles! (and also for a good cause to help support the film festival for bringing films and filmmakers together in the community!)
GREAT PRIZES INCLUDE:
- Pair of tickets to BAAFF screenings (Opening, Centerpiece, Closing)
- Pair of tickets to Special Presentations (Fred Ho, To be Takei)
- Limited Edition Pocky swag bag (with tons of Pocky goodies inside)
[snacks that’s not even in the east coast!]
- RED SOX – Junichi Tazawa Autographed Photo
- Restaurant Gift Cards from Fuji Group
- Jamba Juice Gift Certificates
- Tips and Toes Spa – Nail Salon Gift Certificate
- Chanel Makeup
- Pair of tickets to Peabody Essex Museum
The 2014 Boston Asian American Film Festival will be held Thursday, October 23 – Sunday, October 26. www.baaff.org
BAAFF is a production of Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW). Get discounts if you become a AARW member: aarw.org/content/join-us.
Future Boston Alliance (www.futureboston.com)
The mission of Future Boston Alliance as a non-profit organization is to revolutionize our city’s creative economy. By advocating for new talent and business and holding educational events, we aim to make Boston a hub for collaboration, innovation, and culture.
Boston Asian American Film Festival (www.baaff.org)
The Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF) empowers Asian Americans through film by showcasing Asian American experiences and serving as a resource to filmmakers and the Greater Boston Community. BAAFF is a production of the Asian American Resource Workshop.
Asian American Resource Workshop (www.aarw.org)
The mission of the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW) is to work for the empowerment of the Asian Pacific American community to achieve its full participation in the U.S. society. AARW is a member-based organization that seeks to document the diverse Asian Pacific American histories, experiences, and social conditions. Our resources and activities are used to respond to current Asian Pacific American issues and to promote Asian Pacific American identity.