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'Minari' Actress Yuh-Jung Youn: 'Stressful' to Be Nominated at Oscars

"Minari" actress Youn Yuh-Jung said it is "stressful" to be such a historic nomination at the Oscars.
She is up for Best Supporting Actress, the first South Korean actress to be nominated in an acting category.
The actress also won awards at this year's BAFTA Awards and Screen Actor Guild Awards.
"Minari" actress Youn Yuh-Jung said it is "very stressful" to be the first Korean actress nominated in an acting category at the Oscars.
Youn, whose career in film and television spans over five decades, was nominated as Best Supporting Actress for her performance as the grandmother in Lee Isaac Chung's "Minari," which was also nominated for Best Picture.

Don Lee to Produce and Star in 'The Club' Korean Series Adaptation

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Don Lee to Produce and Star in 'The Club' Korean Series Adaptation
Patrick Frater, provided by
Korean-American star Don Lee (aka Ma Dong-seok), star of the upcoming Marvel film “The Eternals” will produce and star in “The Club,” an action series derived from South Korean scripted format “The Trap.”
The production brings together Gorilla 8 Productions, a company owned by Don Lee and B&C Content’s Chris S. Lee, and U.S.-based Starlings Television. No broadcaster or streaming partner has been announced.
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Starlings Television president Chris Philip and Starlings Entertainment CEO Karine Martin, who set up the project and take executive producer credits, have attached Jack LoGiudice (“Sons of Anarchy,” “The Walking Dead,” “Narcos”) as showrunner.

Minari: Why Lee Isaac Chung's fable of immigrant life should win the Oscar

Minari: Why Lee Isaac Chung’s fable of immigrant life should win the Oscar
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Minari is named after a Korean vegetable that thrives in the most hostile ground. It grows back stronger after its first season – a fertile metaphor for an immigrant family’s tenaciousness in rooting themselves in a new community. The minari we see in Lee Isaac Chung’s film was taken from his father’s own crop, which is fitting for a film so lovingly wise about the ties between the generations, and which features one of the most believable, likeable, families to appear on screen in a long time. It tells its story lightly, in vignettes bursting with compassion and wry humour, photographed softly like a dream. In a year in which prejudice against Asian-Americans reached a terrifying peak,

How to watch this year's Oscar-nominated films ahead of the 2021 Academy Awards

Mank, starring Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman, leads the pack with 10 Oscar nominations
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Netflix drama Mank leads the pack in this year’s Academy Award nominations, with 10 nods – showing that the Oscars are still a navel-gazing affair – but it has fierce competition in all of its categories, including Best Film. Since cinemas aren’t due to reopen in the UK until May 17, where and how can you see all these great movies?  
How to watch Oscar-nominated movies
Hollywood lore always does well in awards season, and David Fincher’s black-and-white film about the writer of Citizen Kane, Herman J Mankiewicz, is no exception. It’s up for 10 awards, including Best Film and Best Actor for Gary Oldman, and you can see it now on Netflix.

'Minari' review: A poignant, modest drama of grandiose hope

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What holds a family together? Minari’s protagonist Jacob Yi (Steven Yeun, an Oscar-hopeful for Best Actor) seems to be convinced that money is the key. As a South Korean immigrant in America, he is done sexing chickens in California and wants more out of life. As the film opens, we see Jacob and his family move into their new home in the remote hinterlands of Arkansas. He has spent his savings buying a piece of land that he wants to farm. Jacob strives hard to be the provider of the family, and it makes sense for him to be obsessed with creating wealth for his wife and two children. However, his wife Monica Yi (Han Ye-Ri) disagrees. “We can’t save each other, but money can?” she asks her husband. 

Cinema: Mank, Minari to reopen Italian theatres on Monday

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Cinema: Mank, Minari to reopen Italian theatres on Monday
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ROME, APR 20 - Mank and Minari are the two films
that will be shown first when Italian cinemas reopen after the
COVID lockdown on Monday, sources said Tuesday.
Mank, which leads the Oscar race with 10 nods, will be the first
film in Circuito Cinema theatres, Circuito Cinema and Lucky red
distributors' founder Andrea Occhipinti told ANSA Tuesday.
The acclaimed biopic on screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and
his development of the screenplay for legendary film Citizen
Kane will open in Rome at the Quattro Fontane cinema, "and

How to watch this year's Oscar-nominated films

Mank, starring Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman, leads the pack with 10 Oscar nominations
Credit: Netflix/AP
Netflix drama Mank leads the pack in this year’s Academy Award nominations, with 10 nods – showing that the Oscars are still a navel-gazing affair – but it has fierce competition in all of its categories, including Best Film. Since cinemas aren’t due to reopen in the UK until May 17, where and how can you see all these great movies?  
How to watch Oscar-nominated movies
Hollywood lore always does well in awards season, and David Fincher’s black-and-white film about the writer of Citizen Kane, Herman J Mankiewicz, is no exception. It’s up for 10 awards, including Best Film and Best Actor for Gary Oldman, and you can see it now on Netflix.

Yuh-Jung Youn: Being the first South Korean Oscar nominee is 'stressful'

Yuh-Jung Youn: Being the first South Korean Oscar nominee is 'stressful'
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Yuh-Jung Youn says being the first South Korean actress to be nominated for an Oscar is "very stressful".
The 73-year-old star is up for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the drama film 'Minari' and feels like she will be representing her country at the awards, which will be held on Sunday (25.04.21).
Asked what being the first person from her country to be nominated for an Oscar meant to her, Youn said: "Very stressful. I was just very happy being nominated. I never even dreamed about being nominated for an Oscar.

How to Watch Minari — Where to Stream & Rent the Oscar-Nominated Movie

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Minari has been the talk of the town.
Loosely based on director Lee Isaac Chung's own childhood growing up on his family's Arkansas farm, this endearing story follows a Korean immigrant family as they uproot their lives in California and move to the rural Ozarks in search of a better future.
Patriarch Jacob Yi (
The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun) is determined to build a farm to grow Korean produce for vendors in big cities, while his wife Monica (Yeri Han) has trouble adjusting to their new agrarian lifestyle. Her mother Soon-ja (Yuh-jung Youn) arrives from Korea to help care for their children and soon forms a close—and often hilarious—bond with the youngest Yi, 8-year-old David (played by the scene-stealing Alan Kim, whose emotional acceptance speech after his Critic's Choice Award win went viral).

Oscars 2021: Where to Watch, Who The Nominees Are And Everything Else You Need To Know

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This year, the Oscars promise to be a diverse and widely exciting one with women and Asians in prominent places on the nominee lists. 
For the first time in the 93 years that the Oscars has been running, two women, Chloé Zhao and Emerald Fennell, have been nominated for Best Director in one year. They are the sixth and seventh women to ever appear in this category. Zhao is also the first woman of colour to be nominated in this category for
Steven Yeun, who starred in the film
Minari, based on a Korean-American family who moves into a farm in Arkansas, is also the first Asian-American nominee in the Best Actor category. In the same category is Riz Ahmed, the first Muslim actor nominated for Best Actor.

'Minari' Actress Yuh-Jung Youn Says Her Son Is 'Scared' for Her Amid Violence Against Asians

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'Minari' Actress Yuh-Jung Youn Says Her Son Is 'Scared' for Her Amid Violence Against Asians
The first Oscar-nominated South Korean actress also addresses the nickname that she gets from Americans, who call her the Meryl Streep of South Korea, saying that she feels sorry 'for me and Meryl Streep.'
Apr 17, 2021
Yuh-Jung Youn has addressed the hate crime attack against Asians in America. The first Oscar-nominated South Korean actress weighed in on the concerning issue during her interview with Deadline.
When asked if the violence against Asians was a very American issue or it spans across the globe, the actress responded, "I think all the across the world. I think that the world is changing. My son, who is Korean American, is living in the States. He was worried about me coming to the States for the Oscars, because he was scared I would get hurt."

Minari movie review: Tender performances in a Korean family's encounter with the American dream

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Minari is filled with disagreements large and small – between husband and wife, faith and disbelief, farmer and land. But perhaps none of them is as memorable as the tussle between a cheeky boy and his kooky grandmother.
Starting out as adversaries and ending up as allies even as the world around them crumbles, this unlikely duo provide the most tender moments in Lee Isaac Chung’s migration drama.
The Oscar-nominated movie, which is in both Korean and English, draws on the filmmaker’s own life. Minari revolves around a South Korean immigrant family rooted in a specific culture but also universal in its reaction to adversity.

Oscar-fav "Minari" shines light on Colorado Springs family — The Know

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A picture of the now-Colorado-Springs-based Chung family not long after their grandmother arrived in Arkansas to live with them. The Oscar-nominated movie “Minari” is inspired by their experiences. (Provided by Leisle Chung)
You wouldn’t know it from watching “Minari,” the award-laden film that could walk away with its biggest prize yet at the 93rd Academy Awards on April 25, but the Korean-American family that inspired it lives in Colorado Springs.
That’s because “Minari,” directed by Denver native Lee Isaac Chung, picks up before the film’s Yi family (based on Chung’s own) made it back to Colorado. Instead, it focuses on events inspired by Chung’s rural upbringing, tracing the story of his youth along with his parents, older sister and grandmother as they eked out a living and adjusted to small-town life on an unforgiving patch of Arkansas farmland.

5 Oscar Burning Questions, Including That Crazy Best Actress Race

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2. Who the heck will win Best Actress, anyway?
There hasn’t been an acting category this wide open in years, because the last time four different actresses won the Golden Globe, the Critics Choice Award, the SAG Award and BAFTA was, well, never. Andra Day won at the Globes for “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” Carey Mulligan at the CCA for “Promising Young Woman,” Viola Davis at SAG for “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and Frances McDormand at BAFTA for “Nomadland” — and any of the four could quite conceivably win on Oscar night. (Sorry, Vanessa Kirby.)
Day might have the toughest road because she’s the only nominee from her film, but Julianne Moore won as the only “Still Alice” nominee in 2014 and Charlize Theron as the only one for “Monster” in 2003. Mulligan and McDormand have the advantage of being in films also nominated for Best Picture, but Davis’ film could well end up winning as many awards as “Promising Young Woman” or “Nomadland.”

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2021

31 Ways to Celebrate in May and Beyond
This Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, join Asia Society for 31 ways to celebrate the vibrant and diverse traditions and contributions of Asians and Asian Americans. Highlighting live programs — virtual and in-person alike — our calendar also features a curated selection of on-demand family activities, art breaks, staff recommendations, and more.
Since 1979, May has been a dedicated time to celebrate Asian Pacific American heritage, but it wasn't until 1992 that May was officially designated Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Selected to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the U.S. in May 1843 and the completion of the transcontinental railroad in May 1869 that was made possible by thousands of Chinese laborers, APAH Month elevates the stories, contributions, and experiences of the Asian and Asian American communities.

Film Shorts // April 14-20, 2021

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Film Shorts // April 14-20, 2021
Vanquish (R) This thriller stars Ruby Rose as a former mob drug courier who becomes the target of extortion after a retired cop (Morgan Freeman) kidnaps her daughter. Also with Patrick Muldoon, Nick Vallelonga, Ekaterina Baker, and Julie Lott. (Opens Friday)
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Jakob’s Wife (NR) The latest horror film by Travis Stevens (
Girl on the Third Floor) stars Barbara Crampton as a small-town minister’s wife who rediscovers her youth when she’s bitten by a vampire. Also with Larry Fessenden, Bonnie Aarons, Nyisha Bell, Sarah Lind, Mark Kelly, and CM Punk. (Opens Friday in Dallas)

Welcome To IANS Live - ENTERTAINMENT - 'Minari' actor Steven Yeun: Was blown away by story's simplicity

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Youn Yuh Jung Heads To Los Angeles To Attend 93rd Academy Awards

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Youn Yuh Jung will be attending the 93rd Academy Awards!
On April 14, a source from Youn Yuh Jung’s agency Hook Entertainment stated, “Youn Yuh Jung received an official invitation from the Academy as a nominee for Best Supporting Actress. She got on a plane to Los Angeles yesterday in order to participate in the awards ceremony in the United States.”
The source added, “Please be understanding that she left the country quietly in order to minimize any harm from COVID-19 since Youn Yuh Jung decided to attend the Academy Awards after much consideration. We sincerely thank everyone who has shared the happiness together at each award acceptance.”

'Minari' Broke New Ground for Storytellers of Color, But Creatives Don't Want to Be Pigeonholed

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The Oscar-nominated film navigates the immigrant American journey, but writer-director Lee Isaac Chung, producer Christina Oh and Steven Yeun emphasize its themes are broader than the Asian American experience: "We were just trying to tell something honest."
It was a church scene that first caught producer Christina Oh's attention when she was introduced to the
Minariscript in February 2019 by the film's future star, Steven Yeun. In the handful of pages that he showed her, a white girl of primary-school age approaches Anne (Noel Kate Cho), the young daughter of a Korean American family that has just moved from California to rural Arkansas to chase a homesteading dream. It's the Yi family's first Sunday at a white church, and everyone means well, even if they don't know how to show it. "Can you stop me if I say something in your language?" the white girl asks Anne by the post-service buffet. Out comes a stream of gibberish — "chinga-chinga-chon, chama-chama-choo" — that Anne politely endures, then indulges. It's a kind of racism that's still underdiscussed — accidental, almost benign, yet pervasive and unmistakable — and writer-director Lee Isaac Chung's acuity and generosity struck Oh as something different. "It was a new depiction of our existence among white people," she recalls thinking. "It was done in a way that didn't villainize anyone."

The Asian Pop-Up Cinema is back at Lincoln Yards. Welcome to Year Two of the pandemic drive-in experience

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The Asian Pop-Up Cinema is back at Lincoln Yards drive-in for a 10-movie run, starting April 15.

The 6 Best Speeches of Awards Season So Far

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The 6 Best Speeches of Awards Season So Far
From a pajama-clad Jodie Foster to the teary “Minari” child star Alan S. Kim, they managed to make their acceptance speeches work from home.
Jodie Foster, left, with her wife, Alexandra Hedison, looked the way most viewers did — only she was accepting a Golden Globe.Credit...NBC, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
April 14, 2021, 2:19 p.m. ET
Even at the best of times, making an award acceptance speech isn’t easy. It’s the most scrutinized moment of your career, you’re bound to forget the name of somebody you love, and you’re five feet from a trigger-happy orchestra that is trained to turn on you like a firing squad.

Nomadland wins best film Bafta, best director for Chloe Zhao

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Movies News - LONDON – US recession drama Nomadland, about a community of van dwellers, was the big winner at Britain’s Bafta awards on Sunday, scooping best film and prizes for its Chinese-born director Chloe Zhao and leading actress Frances McDormand. The British Academy of Film... Read more at www.tnp.sg

How 'Minari's' Oscar Nominee Youn Yuh-jung Built Her 'Bridge Between Korea and America'

Yuh-Jung Youn is under some serious pressure. At the spry age of 73, the Korean actor is in the middle of a career surge, taking on the role of caring yet foul-mouthed grandmother Soonja in Lee Isaac Chung’s family drama “Minari” — and, with her historic SAG and BAFTA Awards wins, facing new expectations from

8 Movies That Explore Asian American History And Culture

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Asian American movies like
The Joy Luck Club have been one of the few to showcase predominantly Asian casts, but things are starting to change. Thanks in large part to the box office success of
Crazy Rich Asians, Hollywood has turned their eyes to Asian American stories. Movies like
Minari are also showing Asian American stories can be artful and award worthy. Check out the list below for more films that showcase the Asian American experience and culture. Or, in the case of our first and earliest entry, its importance in Asian American cinema...

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