DisOrient is the premiere Asian American, social justice film festival of Oregon. Our films–“By us, for us and about us”–break open the one-dimensional stereotype of the “Oriental.” We believe in the power of film to inform, heal and connect people. We bring power to our voice as we share our stories and advocate for social justice.
Spice’n Steam Restaurant
165 W 11th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401
Join us for our 2018 fundraiser and celebration of the year of the dog. Enjoy a delectable, multi-course Chinese New Year meal that has been specially prepared by the Spice’n Steam chef. The meal includes wine and will be served family style. Learn the cultural significance of some of the Chinese New Year dishes as well as several rituals and customs for the occasion. Ring in the Lunar New Year with a Chinese Poetry Presentation by David Leung. Ticket holders will receive a voucher to see the epic 160 minute documentary called “The Chinese Exclusion Act,” directed by award-winning filmmakers Ric Burns and Li-Shin Yu on April 17 at The Bijou Art Cinemas. Get early highlights of the films that will be presented at the our festival.
Limited tickets are available.
Individual tickets are $75 per person.
Ticket Price for a table of 8 is $65×8= $520. For more information, please email email@example.com.
RSVP by February 3, 2018 by Brown Paper Tickets or send a check made out to CABA to:
CABA – DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon
1430 Willamette Street #30
Eugene, OR 97401
$65 Early Bird VIP PASS (presale)
$75 after March 31st, 2018
Very limited availability. Your pass includes:
April 17 (not included in the VIP Pass) & April 19: Bijou Art Cinemas
April 20: Downtown TBA
April 21-22: Redwood Auditorium at University of Oregon Erb Memorial Union
Please consider donating to the festival in addition to the price of the VIP Pass. Your cash contribution is tax deductible, as DisOrient is a program of the Chinese American Benevolent Association (CABA) a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.