"Chinatown Film Project: How Do You See Chinatown?" Exhibition

The Museum of Chinese in America

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The Chinatown Film Project (CFP), MOCA's inaugural film exhibition features ten original short films by ten of New York's most exciting filmmakers.

The Guy with the Cigarette directed by Miguel Arteta; Church Basement Bomb Shelter directed by Patty Chang; New York Night Scene directed by Jem Cohen; Kiwi Lotion directed by Cary Fukunaga; I Can’t Wait directed by So Yong Kim & Bradley Rust Gray; Fortune Cookie directed by Amir Naderi; Chinatown: In Their Own Words directed by Sam Pollard; Five Lessons and Nine Questions directed by Shelly Silver; Sunday at 6 directed by Rose Troche; Tuesday directed by Wayne Wang & Richard Wong with Lonely Alone, a special opening trailer directed by Richard Wong.

The Chinatown Film Project (CFP) tackles Chinatown's elusiveness and its stereotyped representations by constructing new images for the viewer.



Permanent event

On view this summer(2009) during Target Free Thursdays. Effective September 22, on view during regular museum hours.


Adults $10, Seniors and Students $5, Children under 12 in groups less than 10 and MOCA Members: Free. Also Free for all on Thursday.

Venue Hours

From 11:00 To 18:00
thursdays closing at 21:00,
Closed on Mondays


Address: 215 Centre St., New York, NY 10013
Phone: 212-619-4785 Fax: 212-619-4720

Between Howard & Grand Sts. Subway: N/R/Q/W/J/M/Z/6 to Canal Street.

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