Sunday, May 19, 1:30 p.m. | A project that received seed funding from the Peng Zhao and Cherry Chen Fund for AAPI Voices at Kartemquin Films, NOBUKO MIYAMOTO: A SONG IN MOVEMENT is a sweeping documentary that follows the life of visionary artist activist Nobuko Miyamoto, whose groundbreaking work has shaped Asian American culture and cultivated interracial solidarity for the past 40 years. Miyamoto reflects on a life that has bridged coasts, industries, families, and history. NOBUKO MIYAMOTO: A SONG IN MOVEMENT is a story of a changing community told through the singular life of one of its most beloved storytellers. IN DIALOGUE: director Quyên Nguyen-Le and subject Nobuko Miyamoto.

Asian American Showcase: Presented as an annual collaboration with the Foundation for Asian American Independent Media and now celebrating its 27th year, the Asian American Showcase (AAS) provides a platform for new work by established and emerging Asian American filmmakers. View full program.

The Film Center is ADA accessible. This presentation will be projected without open captions. The theater is hearing-loop equipped. For accessibility requests, please email