The grant will support CAAM’s work to build a more diverse and strategic Board of Directors and to create a National Advisory Council that will help the organization to enhance and secure its sustainability as an innovative, public-serving Asian American arts organization.
Home Movie Day is a celebration of amateur films and filmmaking, providing an opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and to see their neighbors’ in turn.
A list of past and new faces of Asian Americans who portrayed children or teens on mainstream TV.
Featuring the work of Ai Weiwei, Li Luo, Huang Ji, Zou Xueping and Yang Mingming among many others, CHINA NOW highlights the importance and innovation of independent artists in mainland China.
Yu Gu and Scott Drucker sat down to reflect on this juncture in making their film, about the road that led them to making a documentary about Arthur Chu, and the road ahead.
“China Now: Independent Visions, presented by Cinema on the Edge,” celebrates the daring spirit and creative innovation of independent filmmakers, festival organizers, and grassroots distributors in mainland China. The international tour kicks off in San Francisco.
CAAM's unique projects include filmmaking workshops for Muslim American Youth and our Asian American home movies initiative.