CAAM co-presents “Black” and “In Between Mountains and Oceans” at the 2015 San Francisco Green Film Festival, May 28-June 3, 2015 at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco.
The 1927 film was long thought lost until 2011. The film screens at the San Francisco Silent Film Festival on May 29.
Join us for online screenings of “The Delano Manongs” on Wednesday, May 20 6pm PST and “9-Man” and “Cambodian Son” on May 21 at 6pm PST.
Read Chapter Two of CAAM & AT&T’s storytelling campaign, #StoriestoLight, and learn how you can join in the conversation.
The hour-long program, free to the general public, features 8 short films and will be held at the Asian Art Museum on Saturday May 16 starting at 2:30 pm.
Traktivist is “a celebratory and active approach to music.”
“We do need to talk about “exclusion” because it is persisting today….America is not a perfect place, and neither should we perpetuate the idea that Asians are the model minority.”
Join host Danielle Chang on a culinary tour of Asian food in America, from Korean, Thai and Filipino cuisine to the ramen craze.
“The director handled the subjects unobtrusively and let the stories honestly flow from them, capturing moments that we didn’t expect.”
“Winning Girl” premieres on TV Tuesday, May 12 on World Channel.
“I think it’s so important that her life is recorded because she has influenced and educated a whole generation about Chinese food.”
“I’m very much about promoting Asian stories, Asian faces, Asian storytellers.”