The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema in association with Japan Society will host the 2014 New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF). The NYAFF will be held from June 27 - July 14. 60 feature films will be screened. The festival will be attended celebrities will be attending from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
The International Premiere of Overheard 3 will be screened on the festival's opening night. This film is the finale to the popular Hong Kong series. Overheard 3 explores the world of insider trading and the stock market. Writers-directors
The film ending the festival will be Park Chan-kyung's Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits. This film is a pensive magical journey into Korean history through the lens of Korea's most well-known living shaman, Kim Keum-hwa. The film contains fantastical elements and animated sequences.
Another highlight of NYAFF will be Lou Ye's Berlinale Golden Bear contender Blind Massage, which many critics believe to be his personal best film. Japanese director Kazuaki Kumakiri's My Man will be featured in the festival. This film is the story of two forlorn humans brought together by a natural disaster. My Man is an entry in the 36th Moscow International Film Festival in June.