The acclaimed and emotionally charged Indian film “Water” is the opening selection for the third annual Lakewood Asian Film Fest set for Sep 5, 6, 7 at the Lakewood Elks. [Read more…]
This coming weekend (May 2-3) is the annual Sister Cities – ArtsFest Celebration at Pierce College in Steilacoom and you’re invited to attend this free, fun filled event. [Read more…]
Lakewood Sister Cities and Lakewood ArtsFest Committee will host a two day celebration of art and entertainment May 2-3 at Pierce College, Fort Steilacoom Campus. This colorful, fun filled, family friendly event is free to all attendees. [Read more…]
Acclaimed Hollywood actor Danny Glover will be the featured speaker at the January 25 tribute to the famous “Buffalo Soldiers” who served on the American frontier in the late 1800’s.
Glover has starred in dozens of films over a three decade career to include all four “Lethal Weapon” movies, “Grand Canyon”, “Color Purple”, “Witness”, “Bat 21″ and many more. Glover also produced and starred in the acclaimed cavalry epic “Buffalo Soldiers”.
Lakewood’s 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration will be held on Saturday, January 17 at the Sharon McGavick Conference Center from 10 am to noon. The theme for this year’s event is “The Dream in Action”. [Read more…]
The recently completed three day Asian Film Fest at the Lakewood Playhouse drew record crowds. Overall the event drew 346 attendees for an average of 115 attendees for each of the three featured films: “Kahaani” (India), “To Live” (China) and “The Front Line” (Korea). This total does not include entertainers and Playhouse support staff.
The 1930 Academy Award winning anti-war film “All Quiet on the Western Front” is still considered a classic by many people.
Now, South Korea has a film to rival it.
The opening film at the upcoming Lakewood Asian Film Fest on August 1, is the international box office hit “Kahanni” from India. Hold on to your seats, because this action thriller starts off with a poison gas attack at a Metro Rail station.
The film then jumps forward two years when an attractive and pregnant software engineer arrives in Kolkata, India from London in search of her missing businessman husband. However, no one has ever heard of her husband.
The second annual Lakewood Asian Film Fest is set for August 1, 2, and 3 at the Lakewood Playhouse. The film fest will feature four exciting, award winning films and is Free to the public.
Prior to each film there will be colorful pre-show entertainment featuring the Chang Hee Suk Korean Women Drummers and the acclaimed Okinawa Taiko Performers plus a special lobby display by the famous Philippine Scouts Heritage Society!