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11th Year Marks New Era for ‘Korean American Film Festival New York (KAFFNY)

11th Year Marks New Era for ‘Korean American Film Festival New York (KAFFNY)

KAFFNY Infinite Cinema will return to New York City for the 11th year on Saturday, Oct 14. Held at the Brooklyn hotspot The Wythe Hotel Cinema from 1:00pm until Midnight 12:00am, the annual event will celebrate some of the most promising indie filmmakers of different cultures from around the world.

Google's AR ambitions push VR to the back seat



When Google announced its Daydream View headset last year, it was a sign that the search giant was ready to take VR to the masses. It's dabbled in VR before with Cardboard, but the View was a much more serious effort, with its fabric-clad design and user-friendly remote. Which is why it's such a surprise that Google didn't really spend a lot of time on VR at its Pixel 2 event. The company mentioned the new Daydream View -- now in colors! -- but didn't really say much more beyond that. Instead, Google was much more excited to talk about something else: AR.

Even though Google announced ARCore, its augmented reality platform, a couple of months ago, the Pixel 2 event was the first time the search giant could talk about it at length on a public stage. As a reminder, ARCore is essentially Android's answer to Apple's ARKit. With it, developers can create and test AR apps with a regular phone, no specialized hardware required. Last month, Google showcased several ARCore examples that let you travel the world, plan home renovations and desaturate the world around you.


Michael B. Jordan To Co-Star in Netflix's New Superhero Family Drama Series RAISING DION



Netflix is developing a new ten-episode sci-fi superhero series called Raising Dion. The series is a family drama based on a short film about an "African-American single mother who discovers her young son has multiple, constantly changing abilities."

The short was created by music video director Dennis Liu and Creed star Michael B. Jordan is set to co-star in the series. The story of which follows "a woman named Nicole Reese, who raises her son Dion after the death of her husband Mark (Jordan). The normal dramas of raising a son as a single mom are amplified when Dion starts to manifest several magical, superhero-like abilities. Nicole must now keep her son’s gifts secret with the help of Mark’s best friend Pat, and protect Dion from antagonists out to exploit him while figuring out the origin of his abilities."

The series is being developed by Liu along with showrunner Carol Barbee (UnReal. Judging Amy), writer-producer Michael Green (American Gods, Logan) and Charles D. King’s MACRO (Fences). Lui had this to say in a statement: