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Asian American Life TV features Your Day is My Night in Focus on Chinatown Shiftbeds

Asian American Life’s  Minnie Roh brings us to Chinatown, to a community of undocumented immigrants hidden from view who live in a form of housing known as “shiftbeds.” Featuring excerpts form Your Day is My Night  with a special focus on our beloved wedding singer Yun Xiu Huang. An interview with director Lynne Sachs is also […]

MIFF movie review: ‘Your Day is my Night’

Lynne Sachs has spent 25 years of her young life making films, installations and documentaries from Vietnam to Bosnia and all corners of the world. She is a master of the art and a gifted collector of the tiny moments of the human comedy and tragedy.

Chinatown on Screen: An artful view of an iconic NYC neighborhood

“We Landed/I Was Born/Passing By: New York’s Chinatown on Screen” is a wonderfully eclectic series that runs at Anthology Film Archives from January 24-26. New York’s Chinatown is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in New York, with a long, rich history, one which embodies how immigrants have transformed America’s urban landscapes.

Canyon Cinema Confessions spotlights Lynne Sachs

    Canyon filmmaker Lynne Sachs. Sight & Sound has ranked her experimental documentary Your Day is My Night among the best films of the year, and the BBC has already declared it to be one of eight films to watch in 2014. Now is a great time to return to the Canyon catalog to […]

BBC selects 8 Films to Watch in 2014

Eight films to watch in 2014
Published online on January 3rd, 2014 BBC Culture
By Tom Brook

“Director Lynne Sachs’ Your Day is My Night shines a light on a little documented sub-culture in New York’s Chinatown, chronicling immigrants who live communally in buildings where there’s a shift-bed system. One person returns from a stint of overnight work to sleep in a bed just vacated by another person off to their day job. The form of this documentary is as compelling as its content. It is a beautiful collage of different media and music intricately edited together with the often emotional testimony of the immigrants.”