“A short-legged girl in a long-legged world” – “How to Fight in Six Inch Heels” opens in Orange County, San Jose, Houston, Dallas, Seattle and San Diego.
Winners were announced at the Remy Martin Awards Ceremony. Find out if your favorite film won here! Updated 3/26/2015 with our Audience Award winners!
After 11 amazing days of Asian and Asian American film, music and food, CAAMFest 2015 closes the curtains on another successful year. As the nation’s largest festival of its kind, CAAM welcomed participants from all over the world and showcased over 100 films from 20 different countries.
Thank you to the 48 community partner organizations who promoted our CAAMFest 2015 screenings and events to their networks and audiences.
We have three days left of CAAMFest 2015! Check out some of our photos so far.
Oscar Award-winning director Ruby Yang is back with an emotional documentary, “My Voice, My Life,” playing during CAAMFest Saturday, March 21 at the New Parkway Theater.
“Drawing upon his family’s home movies, Fulbeck has fashioned a unique live performance that promises to be unforgettable.”
“I was deeply moved by two films that explored shame in subtle and powerful ways. Monday was shame day at CAAMFest, but I left the Kabuki and New People feeling empowered. We can make a difference. Film matters.”
“Become a fan, or even a superfan. The cinema of the soul is waiting for you.”
Join us for films, food and fun with CAAMFest at The New Parkway and Oakland Museum of California this weekend. UPDATE: Asian-inspired menu items at The New Parkway!
“Typically, as a farmer, I work in relative isolation. I relish silence. I find sweet solitude on the farm. The experience of making this film opened our work in new ways. Spending a year with the filmmakers and crew was a wild experience.”
Sara Dosa spent a season embedded in the tight-knit community of mushroom pickers in the Oregon woods to direct her first documentary, “The Last Season.”