Subtitle Media Launches the 1st Annual Subtitle (Asian) Film Festival

Los Angeles, CA “” Subtitle Media will launch its 1st Annual Subtitle Film Festival presented by Wells Fargo on April 12-15, 2007. The newly opened MPARK4 Theatres in Koreatown will host the four-day event, featuring 9 cutting edge Asian films from Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Thailand.

The films are as follows:

– 4:30 directed by Royston Tan (Singapore) Los Angeles Premiere

– After This Our Exile directed by Patrick Tam (Hong Kong / Taiwan) US Premiere

Confession of Pain directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak (Hong Kong) North American Premiere

Dorm directed by Songyos Sugmakanan (Thailand) Los Angeles Premiere

– Hanging Garden directed by Toshiaki Toyoda (Japan)

– Isabella directed by Pang Ho-cheung (Hong Kong)

– Memories of Tomorrow directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi (Japan)

– Sundays in August directed by Lee Jin-woo (Korea) North American Premiere

– Sway directed by Miwa Nishikawa (Japan) Los Angeles Premiere

Advance ticket prices are $8 online at or $10 the day of the screening at the MPARK4 Theatres box office. The MPARK4 Theatres are located at: 3240 Wilshire Blvd. 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90010 (Cross Street is New Hampshire).

About Subtitle Media

Subtitle Media is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to providing a more comprehensive representation of Asian culture by promoting an awareness of Asian and Asian American achievements in the arts. Subtitle will be the source for the public to experience the significant, yet underrepresented accomplishments of Asians and Asian Americans in arts and media. Subtitle will feature talent in film, fashion, music, and art through a variety of events ranging from film festivals, fashion shows, music festivals, art exhibitions, seminars, and workshops to challenge and explore beyond the common misconceptions of Asians in current media.

Wells Fargo’s Commitment to the Asian Community

Wells Fargo is proud to be the title sponsor of the 1st Annual Subtitle Film Festival. Wells Fargo’s relationship with the Asian community dates back to our early history over 150 years ago when we served Asian merchants as customers and employed Asians as agents. Today, Wells Fargo continues to demonstrate industry leadership and innovation in serving the greater Los Angeles area’s growing Asian Pacific Islander community. Our team members throughout the greater Los Angeles area speak more than 23 Asian languages including Korean, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese and Thai. The Wells Fargo Asian Business Services program was created to make information and resources available to Asian business owners, through financial education and community outreach. Our 10-year public goal is to lend at least $3 billion to Asian-owned businesses by 2012. Since the program’s inception, Wells Fargo has already lent more than $2 billion to Asian business owners nationwide.

For additional information on the Subtitle Film Festival, please contact Subtitle Media: