The New York Asian Film Festival enters its 15th year this summer, screening everything from mainstream blockbusters and art-house eccentricities to genre and cult classics. The festival shows some of the biggest films from many Asian countries, bringing a number of them to American audiences for the first time. Screenings take place at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and SVA Theatre. The lineup includes Erik Matti's religious crime drama Honor Thy Father, the exorcist thriller The Priest, E J-yong’s The Bacchus Lady, and Mario Cornejo’s surfing film Apocalypse Child. For more information, visit subwaycinema.com.