Michael Idemoto and Jacqueline Kim in Charlotte Sometimes; Photo: Robert HumphreysIf you're a member of the Independent Feature Project, take advantage of the second Charlotte Sometimes showing this weekend at the Pioneer Theater in the East Village, as part of the screening schedule for Independent Spirit Award nominated films. Charlotte Sometimes was nominated for two - Best Supporting Actress, Jacqueline Kim, and Best feature under $500,000. The only other things I know about it are that Roger Ebert thought it was a wonderful film (he's iffy lately, but he's a great advocate of rising filmmakers), romance plays a role, and that it has an Asian cast. I feel very strongly about supporting Asian filmmakers, which probably contributed to about 60% of the reasons why I saw Maid in Manhattan and Autumn in New York in theaters. Better Luck Tomorrow, which made a splash Sundance last year for showing a seedy side of Asian-American youth, will be released this spring by MTV Films, but Charlotte Sometimes does not have distribution yet, which is why I'm glad I'm an IFP member. An interview with Eric Byler, director of Charlotte Sometimes. Charlotte Sometimes is also the title of a song by the Cure - is that where the film gets its name?