• Comedy Invasion

    1 season

    Each episode of this first TV series of its kind, Comedy Invasion, will feature a half hour set from a breakout Canadian comic who is either from the disabled, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and/or female community.

    "Comedy Invasion: Rez Style" (EP102) has been nominated for Best Comedy Special at Canadian Scr...

  • Last Summer of Nathan Lee

    Movie + 4 extras

    18-year-old Nathan Lee finds out he has brain cancer and asks his best friend Dash to document his remaining life which he vows to live with passion. STREAMS EXCLUSIVELY November 22 on AAM.tv

    "LAST SUMMER OF NATHAN LEE catapults viewers into a whirlwind of emotions, brilliantly juxtaposing the ...

  • Laugh Proud


    Streaming on May 30, 2024 at 8 pm Pacific Time, Laugh Proud is a first feature film of its kind spotlighting nine diverse LGBTQIA+ comics each performing a short set hosted by Jazzmun, a drag queen hostess the mostest.

  • Kit DeZolt Story

    "Kit DeZolt Story" tells the true story of a young adoptee from Hong Kong becoming a dancer and artist in America.

    Starring Kit DeZolt, Todd Lien
    Cinematography by Irvin Y. Liu
    Written, directed, edited and produced by Quentin Lee
    Color by Joel Ides

  • The Heart of No Place


    Loosely inspired by the life of Yoko Ono, Y. Tries to come to terms with the death of her husband John. Daniel Mohn, the visionary founder of Monosoft, reminds her that the Cold War wasn't won by missiles, but by artists like herself and her late husband.

  • Chink
    Movie + 2 extras


    Movie + 2 extras

    Chink is a thriller about the first Asian American serial killer in the making who transforms from a lonely office worker to a full-fledged psychopath leaving a bloody trail of victims behind. World premiered in 2013 at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Chink won the titular lead Jason...

  • Asian PaCIVICS

    1 season

    Asian PaCIVICS is a new television series from The Slants Foundation that features ten artists from the Asian American and Pacific Islander community who have written a song specifically to drive social change. Each has partnered with a grassroots organization in unique ways to support their chos...

  • Sing My Song


    STREAMING WORLDWIDE on October 14, 2024, Canadian Thanksgiving Day! From Vancouver, British Columbia, to Hong Kong and Nashville, Tennessee, Sing My Song chronicles an Asian Canadian woman’s dream to get her song sung and recorded. In this entertaining and personal journey, filmmaker/artist Barba...